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Linux is supposed to be a programmers / hackers OS. One area
however where i find i have no control over linux is the
maximal mount count reached check forced. Is there a way
to modify the value of the "maximal mount count" or do i
just have to obey Linux :-) ?
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Look at the man pages for tune2fs--this command lets you list and modify the maximal count check (ie. # tune2fs -l /dev/hda1 will list the superblock parameters, while # tune2fs -c n will change the max mount count to the integer n).

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