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Autoreboot after fsck



Hi all,
    I have another question about the startup. I have enabled (TNX to
Alexander) on the startup the possibility to run without prompt the fsck
after an unclean shutdown. But sometimes I have a next message that I would
to bypass:
*** An error occurred during the file system check.
*** Dropping you to a shell; the system will reboot
*** when you leave the shell.
...The system need maintainance...give the root password or press CTRL-D to
reboot..
So I must press CTRL-D in order to restart the system...
There is the possibility to skip this step (CTRL-D) doing it automatically?
Many thanks to all
and Tnx again for you great job (mailing list and FC2)
Andrea




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