I am using Red Hat Linux 8 and recently my machine hung on reboot so I had to manually turn it off and on again. When the system started up it asked to perform a file system check to make sure everything was ok. It reported a problem similar to:
Inode11 is too big
UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; run fsck MANUALLY
(without -a or -r parameters)
So I run fsck with the -A option so that it would get the file systems out of the fstab file and fix them sequentially, but this returns the following error for each file system:
e2fsck: need terminal for interactive repairs
What can I do to get fsck to automatically repair everything?