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Old 19th December 2015
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Default hard drive are corrupt.

After my system crask i've a prompt at next reboot and it ask me to run the command >> fsck_ffs manualy !
the system are stoped to load at this line :
Enter phathname of shell or return for /bin/sh :
I think that my hard drive are corrupt.
whitch command can i aply like fsck_ffs with option !

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When you have an opportunity, please read the fsck(8) and fsck_ffs(8) man pages. rc(8) will only use the preen mode (-p) of filesystem inconsistency correction, as preen does not risk data loss.
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