2014/12/09 18:06 "Frédéric Marchal" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> That procedure seems perfectly fine to me unless i completely forget about running fsck. To this the mountinfo script (http://nwalsh.com/hacks/mountinfo/) was proposed by Curt. It is a solution but I would prefer a desktop widget for this purpose. If any one is capable of creating one, please let me know.
> Now, is it possible to run fsck during shutdown? Users have been asking for this for at least 10 years. Is it now acceptable, possible, tolerated?
switch to a virtual console (ctrl-alt-Fn), telinit s, uhm, I mean sytemctl target=uhm, something-single-user, umount the partition, fsck by hand?
boot drive, of course, is an exercise left to the reader. ;-)