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amine
I'm a beginner user of Linux fedora Core 1. While mounting my vfat partitions, my file system got some mistakes. Now, I can no longer boot my system. System asks me to maintain my file system by a command. The pb is that forget command line. It seems like scandisk or checkdisk or ... ??
Hemant
First of all boot in to single user mode and disable automounting of Vfat file systems...For that open file "/etc/fstab" and remove the lines that point to Vfat file systems...
After that you should be able to boot in to properly...But one more doubt i have is..If your Vfat paritions are screwed then still your linux system should boot coz..you can't host any Linux system file on a Vfat parition...Thus i come to conclusion that...actually your ext3 partitions are screwed..and for that enter in to single user mode and do a fsck on your file system

And now it should work... biggrin.gif
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