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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
Recently I’ve noticed an error:
fsck died with exit status 1
I’ve total 3 hard disk drive connected to my desktop system. Ubuntu hides many details behind its GUI startup screen (read as splash screen).
Now I need to find out which file system is causing error. After digging around boot process files I found a script called checkfs.sh located at /etc/init.d/ directory. It checks all filesystems for error using fsck command and logs message to a file called /var/log/fsck/checkfs.
So all I need to do is check this file using less or vi command: