It used to be that fsck at boot time would do
everything automatic: if I had to power down because
of an X hang, or if the root fs had been mounted x
times without checking, it would do its things and go.
Sometime during the Sarge changeover this is no longer
true.
This seems to be related to /etc/init.d/checkfs.sh
Although I set FSCKFIX=yes in /etc/default/rcS it
still displays a message "hit Ctrl-D for normal
startup" and reboots when you hit Ctrl-D. So if no
human or et uses 2 fingers on the keyboard this fully
automated Debian system will sit there forever...

Anyone familiar with the Sarge behavior?

Thanks.
Hugo

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