checkfs bootscript error

Debian User lfs17 at home.com
Tue Oct 16 18:54:14 PDT 2001


Gerard Beekmans wrote:

> On Mon, Oct 15, 2001 at 10:59:25PM -0500, Debian User wrote:
> >                 if [ $? -gt 1 ]
> >                 then
> >                         $FAILURE
> >                         echo
> >                         echo -n "fsck failed. Please repair your file "
> >                         echo "systems manually by running /sbin/fsck"
> >                         echo "without the -a option"
> >                         echo
> >                         echo -n "Please note that the root file system "
> >
> >                         echo "is currently mounted in read-only mode."
> >                         echo
> >                         echo -n "I will start sulogin now. When you  "
> >                         echo "logout I will reboot your system."
> >                         echo
> >                         $NORMAL
> >                         /sbin/sulogin
> >                         /sbin/reboot -f
> >                 else
> >
> > #
> > # If the remount to read-only mode didn't work abort the fsck and print
> > # an error
> > #
>
> there are a few lines missing:
>
>                                                         $NORMAL
>                                                         /sbin/sulogin
>                                                         /sbin/reboot -f
>                                         else
>                                                         print_status_success
>                                         fi
>                         else
> #
> # If the remount to read-only mode didn't work abort the fsck and print
> # an error
> #
>
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>
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Thank you, I dont know how those lines got lost.  Is there a way to get
3.0 pre 4 bootscripts anymore as mine seem corrupted.

Now I only have the following error left:

Setting clock...modprobe: modprobe: Can't locate module char-major-10-135

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