Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?
Jerry Stuckle writes:
> This means fsck will never run because I don't use
> the laptop outside of those times.
Plan to use it outside of these times as a maintenance call. Or check
the discussion for a nice suggestion to make the "fsck on max mount or
time exceeded" work to do what you want and not what it wants.
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