Aarune J. Oracle on Mon, 4 Oct 1999 18:15:25 -0400 (EDT)

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Re: [Plug] Scandisk

It is fsck, the man files give alot of info on how to do this.  And when
your done you can just fsckit (couldnt help it since it is my domain, one
day I will put up a relevant page)


Time is Irrelevant to the worlds beyond this godforsaken place unto which
it destroys all.
		-Aarune J. Oracle

"In the depths of a mind insane fantasy and reality are the same" -Slayer.

On Mon, 4 Oct 1999, Tom Joyce wrote:

:Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 09:48:13 -0000
:From: Tom Joyce <tomjoyce@23-three.com>
:Reply-To: plug@lists.nothinbut.net
:To: plug@lists.nothinbut.net
:Subject: [Plug] Scandisk
:This past weekend a fuse blew and power to my system was lost. On reboot a message came up as it was mounting the drives and said something to the effect system was not shutdown correctly  check forced. It went through and fixed the drives and rebooted with no problem. Now I was wondering, How do I check drives for errors comparable to scandisk in windows?

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