fsck /dev/(device) or fsck (mountpoint) to check one disk fsck -A to check all disks
fsck check and repair a Linux filesystem
Fsck - album - was created in 1997.
Depends on the filesystem in use. For the most part, fsck will be able to use a wide variety of filesystems.
tune2fs is used to adjust characterisitics of an ext2/3/4 partition, such as number of mount times before forced fsck, change the mount times counter, and set kernel responeses to errors.
You need root privileges, and it's often best not to use fsck on a live (mounted.) filesystem. Also you'll need to know the device file and, in some cases, the filesystem of the partition you're working on. The command is thusly: # fsck /dev/sdXY In most cases the fsck command will figure out what the filesystem is and run the appropriate filesystem checker.
utilities is nothing but predefined commands in linux
Linus Torvalds, born in Helsinki, Finland, created the Linux Kernel. So Linux is simply named after Linus Torvalds.
Linux is just the kernel. If you combine utilities that were made as a result of the GNU project with the linux kernel, you get GNU Linux, which is considered as a complete operating system
If you mean inventing the Linux Kernel, then it's Linus Torvalds. I
It should be located in /sbin.
fsck is the typical command for this.
Exactly what the name says: It displays and sets the date on a Linux system.
no idea. i think it is a link to a pay site
The same as in pretty much any other Linux or Unix distribution.NOTE: If you wish to repair a file system, it is recommended that you dismount it first (umm, strongly recommended, in fact).Switch user to root and issue the fsck command (dismounting the file system first if disk repairs are intended) passing the pathname of the device to be checked (and optionally repaired) with the fsck command.Most implementations of fsck include command line interface switches that permit interactive repair or automatic repair of file systems, depending on the user's knowledge levels or personal preferences. If you aren't familiar with the particulars of file system repairs on the file system to be checked, it is recommended that fsck be allowed to make it's repairs automatically.Lastly, if the file system was dismounted before fsck was run, remount file system on desired mount point and use as desired.
Yes, you can. It's called dualbooting. I guess with Linux you mean a Linux Distribution like Ubuntu? Check the related link if you want to know how.
what fatal error in linux
Linxu is just the kernel, but I know what you mean, the most popular GNU/Linux distribution is Ubuntu
The "lost+found" directory is created by fsck when it attempts to recover any corrupted or damaged files that could not be restored through the normal recovery method or journal playback. Depending on the content of the file and degree of corruption, it may or may not still contain data that can be recovered manually.
It is usually an abbreviation for File System.
dc - an arbitrary precision calculator
Linux is an operating system much like Microsoft Windows is. What mounting on this system mean is an additional filesystem was attached to the existing filesystem.
Nothing. Linux kernel is the first Linux the first Linux that came out, and it's a bit easier than every other Linux distrobution.