Subject: Re: netbsd IIvx7
To: Valtteri Vuorikoski <email@example.com>
From: Ken Nakata <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/09/1995 22:07:04
> email@example.com has randomly hit several keys, resulting in
> > I get the following error message during boot:
> > /dev/sd0a: file system not clean; please run fsck(8)
> > even after I run fsck single user.
> mkfs makes old-style file systems that don't support the clean-bit.
> This can be fixed with fsck -c 2 or something like that, but then
Do NOT do "fsck -c 2" on your root partition unless you are absolutely
positive that you don't need to access the partition from the Install
Utility. Merely replacing old fsck with a newer version suffices.
> Installer won't work on that partition. The warning can be safely
> ignored, as far as I know.
Yes, but it implies that the kernel and other binaries are out of