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Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?

On Mi, 10 dec 14, 11:36:35, Jape Person wrote:
> Using fsck.mode=force on the linux command line works fine for the purpose
> of forcing a file system check at home, but I don't see a practical way to
> use it on the remote systems. Do I really have to walk each of them through
> editing of the linux command line or through alteration of their grub menu,
> etc. so they can initiate fsck manually themselves at boot time
> once-in-a-while? Or can you think of a way I can be in control of this
> without bothering them? Some of these folks would not be good candidates for
> performing these changes to such essential parts of their systems.

There is a way to tell grub to boot once with a different default entry. 
It's a long time since I needed that, but a start would be the 
grub-set-default(8) command.

Hope this helps,
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