how to set kernel parameter 'fsck.mode=force'

I spent now several hours trying to find out by googling and search in this forum how to set the kernel parameter "fsck.mode=force" on the Pine A64. I tried to understand the boot process from the sunxi documentation but to be honest, the boot process of the pine a64 is like rocket science to me with all this parts like u-boot, initrd, kernel, etc.

I finally tried setting it in uEnv.txt but when I look at /proc/cmdline it's not applied. The system I'm running is debian with version "stretch/sid" and kernel image is "3.10.105-0-pine64-longsleep"

Can anyone in simple words explain me how to do this. I cannot be that hard, but it seems it's very hard to find instructions for this seemingly simple task.

Thanks to anyone who could she a light on this.

PS: Why is it so complicated on the PineA64 when on Raspberry I can just modify cmdline.txt and I'm done?

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how to set kernel parameter 'fsck.mode=force' - by marcelser - 05-09-2018, 02:57 AM

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