Search Members Help

» Welcome Guest
[ Log In :: Register ]

Mini-ITX Boards Sale, Fanless BareBones Mini-ITX, Bootable 1G DSL USBs, 533MHz Fanless PC <-- SALE $200 each!
Get The Official Damn Small Linux Book. DSL Market , Great VPS hosting provided by Tektonic

[ Track this topic :: Email this topic :: Print this topic ]

reply to topic new topic new poll
Topic: Reboot after fsck fails< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
tuxroger Offline

Group: Members
Posts: 1
Joined: Mar. 2007
Posted: Nov. 14 2007,07:11 QUOTE

Hello there people. The thing is I've just installed DSL 3.4 (the last one, i think, actually current.iso)... Once installed, all worked fine, but when the system crashes in any way and is not well shut down, next time I boot the fsck fails! It is no a problem (I think) because always is repaired... But I also want that wen it is finished, I want it to re-start the machine. I mean, I don't want it to open me a maintenance shell in order to do anything. I just want it to reboot in order to start correctly after its last crash...

Does anybody know how is it done? I've tried to change the /etc/init.d/ but it continues openning the shell after the fsck crash...

Thanks in advance! :)
Back to top
Profile PM 
jpeters Offline

Group: Members
Posts: 804
Joined: April 2006
Posted: Nov. 14 2007,16:28 QUOTE

Before the latest 4.X update, you run fsck with toram as bootcodes.  The computer reboots automatically following the check/repairs.  I think Robert made the whole process automatic in the latest upgrade.
Back to top
Profile PM 
1 replies since Nov. 14 2007,07:11 < Next Oldest | Next Newest >

[ Track this topic :: Email this topic :: Print this topic ]

reply to topic new topic new poll
Quick Reply: Reboot after fsck fails

Do you wish to enable your signature for this post?
Do you wish to enable emoticons for this post?
Track this topic
View All Emoticons
View iB Code