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after having upgraded from 10.04 to 12.04 LTS I have the following problems at shutdown/reboot: - the only way to reliably shot-down system is to log-out from all user and shut-down from login screen - even if I do that at reboot the system complains that disk has not been correctly unmounted and executes a fsck every time which causes the boot phase to last several minutes. Does anybody know a way to do a clean unmount and avoid fsck at start-up Thanks Maurizio

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