Man, just when I think I'm catching up, upstream goes and turns a new version.


On Jan 25, 2006, at 7:15 AM, Jérôme Multrier wrote:

thanks, i'll look in there when i'll have time.
However, busybox 1.1 seems to be avalaible and has some mkfs and fsck stuff. Is it planned to use this new release in the future ?

On 1/21/06, Craig Hughes <> wrote:
A minor tweak of make/ would probably let you fairly easily build the other ext2 tools (including fsck) for the gumstix.


On Jan 20, 2006, at 3:45 PM, Leonard Samuelson wrote:


On your workstation, use "tune2fs" which allows one to to set the parameters controlling how often to run the e2fsck.

I use:

# tune2fs -i 0 -c 0 /dev/sdb1

That disables the checking of time and mounts.  It is also possible to modify the number of mount-counts with the "-C count", so it's possible to reset the count to any value including zero, which will delay the automatic check.

Whatever approach you take, be sure to understand the implications of the decision to modify these protective settings.

Len Samuelson

Jérôme Multrier wrote:
Hello !
I succedded in buiding ext3 support, and mounting my ext3 mmc, but it remains one question :
 EXT3-fs warning: maximal mount count reached, running e2fsck is recommended

but I can only find in make directory.
How can I make the gumstix to scan my filesystem at each boot ?

Thanks for replies ! :)

Jérôme Multrier
TinyCoach, un projet KaliBee

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