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Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?

On Monday 08 December 2014 13:31:57 The Wanderer wrote:
> On 12/08/2014 at 06:41 AM, Martin Read wrote:
> > On 08/12/14 08:44, Curt wrote:
> >> On 2014-12-08, Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:
> >>> Actually, it's *always* a surprise.  These fsck happen at long
> >>> enough intervals, that I can never know if it was "4 months ago"
> >>> or "7 months ago", and neither can I remember which
> >>> laptop/desktop has the delay set to 172 days vs 194 days vs 98
> >>> days vs ...
> >>
> >> Can't you write a small script to obviate the limitations of your
> >> human memory, like this little hacker here did?
> >
> > There is *no legitimate basis* for arguing with the OP's complaint.
> > The systemd transition has caused a user interface regression, which
> > should be fixed.
> >
> > I like systemd, but I do wish certain of its non-coding proponents
> > would stop indulging in incendiary defence of it against legitimate
> > complaints.
> Exactly. It's at least as bad as the people who blame systemd for
> everything that they see go wrong after the changeover.

I just wish that the subject were able to be rationally discussed, and that 
people could have problems in Jessie and ask for help without starting a 
systemd flame war, whether systemd in fact has anything to do with it or not.

Anyhow, I've gained something from this thread.  I didn't know that I could 
get rid of fsck by the simple expedient of C^c.  Yes, I know that it is 
obvious, and I can't believe that I didn't even try it, but I clearly didn't.


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