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Offline gmueller

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Boot: fsck.ntfs-3g is missing
« on: 2014/06/15, 11:47:47 »
I added in the fstab a mount point for a window partiton like this
UUID=....     /win.data    ntfs-3g   defaults    1    2
During the boot process I see a message of missing a fsck.ntfs-3g command for a short time. Writing operations are allowed after the boot (how I wanted it). Can I suppress the filesystem check of ntfs partitions during the boot process?

Offline ralul

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Re: Boot: fsck.ntfs-3g is missing
« Reply #1 on: 2014/06/15, 12:08:02 »
"0 0" is the answer of you last question. Perhaps ntfs doesn't support the dump option, you could check the filesystem without using "0 2" instead of "1 2"
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Offline gmueller

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Re: Boot: fsck.ntfs-3g is missing
« Reply #2 on: 2014/06/15, 19:27:08 »
Thanks, it works fine and without any message using " 0   0".


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Re: Boot: fsck.ntfs-3g is missing
« Reply #3 on: 2014/06/15, 21:44:21 »
0 0 ever work fine, because this means: no checks :)
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Re: Boot: fsck.ntfs-3g is missing
« Reply #4 on: 2014/06/17, 18:17:37 »
0 0 ever work fine, because this means: no checks :)

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