I made the change. Thanks dA.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, dA <die_amme@...> wrote:
> --- herman_swartz <herman_swartz@...> schrieb:
> > The file system check "fsck" is performed at boot.
> > If the fsck finds
> > errors on the disk the Slug will be in repair mode.
> > This is something
> > like safe mode in Windows. SSH daemon is not running
> > at this point.
> > Options:
> > 1st option-- power down again and remove the hard
> > drive. Plug the
> > hard drive into working system (while that system is
> > off), start the
> > working system and do an fsck repair on the drive.
> > Shut down the
> > working system. Plug the drive back into the Slug.
> > Restart and you
> > are in business.
> > Note: you can boot most PCs with Knoppix boot CD
> > while the drive is
> > connected to the Knoppixs booted machine and perform
> > the fsck repair.
> under debian the following file exists:
> and it contains the line:
> Setting this option to yes causes the fsck
> commands to be run with the -y option instead of the
> -a option. This will tell fsck always to repair the
> file systems without asking for permission.
> See man rcS 5
> best regards
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