How to bypass manual fsck at startup?
Posted on 2002-03-09
When electiricty goes off on my linux box, it usually needs manual intervention to run fsck at startup once electricity is back up.
If there is a way, how can I make it boot normally everytime without running fsck manually and requiring the root password to do so? My problem is that I am not always available when such a thing happens and I would like to linux to start back up as normally as possible in case of electricity outage and restoration so that it provides the necessary routing and Internet connectivity it is supposed to serve.
Many thanks in advance for your help and experience.