fsck from grub menu, no longer working
udvarias1 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 20 23:49:41 UTC 2018
First, thank you for the suggestions and attention to this issue.
I may have gotten caught up in the details, so here's the crux of the
In the past I ran 'fsck,' 'dpkg,' and 'clean' (in that order) in
'recovery mode.' (From the menu I mention below.)
I had to run 'fsck' first because 'dpkg,' and 'clean' both mounted the
root partition. (So I concluded that the root partition is NOT mounted
when the system is booted into 'recovery mode.')
Now, suddenly, I can no longer run 'fsck' from 'recovery mode.'
Have things changed such that this no longer works?
On 2018-11-20 6:26 a.m., Tom H wrote:
> 3) _IF_ "fsck from grub menu" means selecting to fsck "/" from the
> friendly-recovery menu that's displayed in single-user mode fails
> because "/" is mounted, then there's a bug in that package. (I don't
> use it so I can't check.)
On 2018-11-19 3:09 p.m., Udvarias Ur wrote:
> I've been using the 'Advanced options for Ubuntu' to select the
> '(recovery mode)' of the current kernel in order to run 'fsck,'
> 'dpkg,' and 'clean.'
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