Disable manual fsck on startup
I have a small media server running FBSD 7.0 running headless in my closet. After a power failure the system would not reboot. When I hooked it up to my monitor and keyboard and started it up it said that there were inconsistencies on the /tmp file system, and that I had to run fsck manually in singel user mode.
Is it possible to make the system start up without this? I don't have any critical data on the system disk, so it really wouldn't be the end of the world if the fs would get screwed. I just don't want to have disconnect the system and bring it to the desk in order to make it boot up after any power failures.
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