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Hi The problem began when I got this message during bootup saying that there are differences between bootsector and its backup. To fix this I did Code: dosfsck /dev/hda1 Since ...
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    Linux Enthusiast apoorv_khurasia's Avatar
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    Stopping a compulsory diskcheck


    Hi
    The problem began when I got this message during bootup saying that there are differences between bootsector and its backup. To fix this I did
    Code:
    dosfsck /dev/hda1
    Since then during every startup the system checks all the filesystems without asking me. How do I stop this?
    Thanks for any help in advance.
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    Maybe tune2fs help
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    No it won't as my /dev/hda1 happens to be fat32. Any other suggestion I might try?
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