Fsck!

January 1, 2006

I had interesting experience booting my Debian 3.1 (2.6.14-2 kernel) system. If you’re a *nix user, you probably know what fsck is. If you don’t, click it to read it about on Wikipedia. So just as the system finishes POST, I get the usual “Uncompressing the kernel”, etc. and then:

/dev/hda1: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY.

So, basically, Debian wants me to fsck the partition. Well, fsck you, Debian.

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