how to set kernel parameter 'fsck.mode=force'
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(05-09-2018, 02:57 AM)marcelser Wrote: PS: Why is it so complicated on the PineA64 when on Raspberry I can just modify cmdline.txt and I'm done?

Because it's not the Raspberry Pi! Tongue

I'm pretty sure what you're after is '/boot/efi/extlinux/extlinux.conf' where you'll see the list of parameters that are passed to the kernel.

If you can force a fsck may be a different thing... let us know how you go! Wink

(btw, initrd and the kernel stuff shouldn't be that much different to a normal PC, etc... it's the SPL and uboot that is different... and building and making changes there really is rocket science Angel )
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RE: how to set kernel parameter 'fsck.mode=force' - by pfeerick - 05-09-2018, 05:20 AM

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