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How To Fix Busybox Initramfs Error permanently

I am getting a boot failure with message failure: file system check of the root filesystem failed the root filesystem on /dev/sda5 requires a manual fsck busybox v1.30.1 (ubuntu 1:1.30.1-4ubuntu6.4) ...
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ACPI BIOS Error (Bug): UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY and problem loading x.509 certificate -65

I got the following error while I was working on my Ubuntu 22.04. How to resolve it?
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Ubuntu 22.04 asks for manual fcsk

I started my laptop today and get this: What am I supposed to do? Thanks Update: fsck helped! But it came with these messages. Do I need to worry?
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Gparted shows Linux filled less than it actually is. How to fix it?

I've had Ubuntu System with the size of 100 GiB. I've made some manipulations for repairing the system and, as a result, my Linux cannot boot, and GParted shows there are only 1 GiB filled on the ...
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Ubuntu 20.04 Stuck at /dev/sda5 clean ... files blocks after motherboard change

I upgraded from i5 6500 to i3 12100 and changed mobo and ram also. Currently i have only one drive in it. Previously i was stuck at the gnu grub menu and i had to run: set prefix=, set root=, insmod ...
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Problem booting Ubuntu on HP Chromebox mini PC

I have an HP Chromebox mini PC. I get this screen at boot time. If I don't press the Esc key this stays on. And if I type Esc I get the following message, and once it's been displayed on the screen I ...
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Ubuntu 22-4.3 Boot Issue [duplicate]

I'm not technical but have been using the above for some time now without any issues. However I just tried to start my desktop and got a message at boot up stage talking about "Unexpected ...
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run e2fsck on boot of a persistent live lubuntu made with mkusb

I'm trying to run e2fsck on boot of a persistent live lubuntu to fix 'corrupt filesystem' error of a writable system partition (ext4) and I want to automate this somehow (so ideally I do not want to ...
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trouble shooting unstable os

I like to port forward my jupyter notebook from my remote ubuntu server to my local laptop. So I'm running the jupyter notebook server on the ubuntu server and forwarding it to my local laptop. I ...
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if running fsck from live media do you still need to unmount target partition

I've been having issues with my ubuntu server. Every day or two I'll lose the ability to remote connect to the server. When I connect directly I see lots of repetitive error messages with long ...
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BusyBox error please help me [duplicate]

This error is showing in my PC. There is BusyBox error:
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cleaning up and repairing server after multiple hard shutdowns

I've been having some issues lately with my ubuntu server. First it started having issues port forwarding my jupyter notebook server. Then I was having issues ssh in to the server. When I connected ...
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Got problem while trying to login after rebooting the computer due to poor response to some tasks and bad internet connections

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How to solve `fsck:error 2(No such file or directory)` while executing `fsck.ext2` for `/dev/nvme0n1p2`?

I’m facing this error while executing fsck.ext2 for /dev/nvme0n1p2: fsck:error 2 (No such file or directory) Can anyone help me out with this?
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Login Loop after Power Failure (/home on separate partition)

I am working on a Dell Inspiron 15 5000 series laptop which is dual booted for Ubuntu 22.04 and Window 11. The /sda5 partition contains the OS while /sda10 partition was for /home. Windows is working ...
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Ubuntu won't load. /dev/nvme0n1p2 requires a manual fsck

I had a perfectly functioning ubuntu (22.04 if I'm correct). But last time I tried to reboot it wouldn't do it anymore. It woul get stack in the first command line initramfs. I typed exit and recevied ...
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Can't login after suspending Ubuntu, No tty login prompt either

I have installed Ubuntu 22.04 alongside Windows 11 on my Asus Vivobook 16x Notebook powered by Ryzen 5 series processor. I noticed that if I suspend it or it gets locked automatically after screen is ...
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Stuck in emergency mode with ACPI errors

Since yesterday when I try to boot Ubuntu on my Thinkpad I just reach the emergency mode, without being able to resume to a normal booting. This occurred right after my laptop suddenly died from an ...
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Ubuntu Power ON getting fsck error most of the time

I Have installed Ubuntu 20.04 in one of the Core i7 based SBC . It works fine for several power OFF and ON. Sometimes when I power OFF and ON again, it is saying file system check error and asking to ...
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Why is Ubuntu failing to boot?

UPDATE #2: Please read the below sections first. The version of Ubuntu on the computer is 22.04.2 LTS. I believe the OS is installed on an internal SSD but am not 100% certain, this computer is one of ...
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Files app aka Nautilus shows lots of strange file icons and is slow

After I ran fsck the Files app aka Nautilus in Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS always takes approx. a minute to startup and then shows approx. 50-100 file icons/symbols in the left sidebar. How can I get rid of ...
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Stuck with Emergency mode and fsck not working

The problem started with the following error on my screen while booting: [ 0.106709] x86/cpu: SGX disabled by BIOS. /dev/sda3: clean, 1108900/6111232 files, 9479779/24413952 blocks you are in ...
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Ubuntu rebooted in emergency mode. How to solve the errors indicated without fresh install?

After running a heavy docker container, docker stopped responding (15+ minutes for any command, even docker ps -a). So after shutting down everything and checking no one else is logged in, I rebooted ...
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FileSystem Corrupted

I'm having this issue from a very long time and tried different solutions to address the problem but couldn't find the rootcause on how the FileSystem is getting corrupted. I have the Ubuntu OS 22.04 ...
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boot ubuntu server from live media to repair previous install

I'm trying to boot ubuntu server from live media. I'm trying to repair my current ubuntu server I'm using my original install thumb drive. I'm working on asus hardware. When I try to launch from ...
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Computer doesn't start

Since this morning my other desktop computer doesn't start anymore. It just shows what's on the screen photo. My husband started an update, but it couldn't finish because there wasn't enough space on ...
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Advice? External USB harddrive accidentally unplugged (no activity at time). Re-plugged, but `mountpoint`/`findmnt`/`lsblk` disagree if mounted?

[(This really isn't an unbuntu-specific question, but yeah...)] So I just accidentally bumped and and unplugged the cable on an external USB harddrive. There was no activity at the time. It's btrfs (...
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Quick preview of folders for fast inspection

i have to inspect something like 500+ folders after a fsck recover. Is there a tool or a cli shortcut to quick preview the content of a folder and, if the files are from a certain type (pdf and mp3 in ...
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How to bypass "RUN fsck MANUALLY" boot error [duplicate]

By bypass I mean automatically just do it even if it causes file problems. The long and short here is that I have about 60 headless servers running Camera systems with 4-8 drives in them spread out ...
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Filesystem error while booting

I know there are some other posts similar to this one. But since I am a beginner, i would love to hear opinions specifically to my questions. When i boot, it fails with the following error: I ...
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How to skip fsck check during the boot of ubuntu,since it uses SystemD

I would like to upgrade the kernel and I want to enable KVM on my old but still functional "Samsung Chromebook ARM model XE303C12 SNOW" because later I want to virtualize FreeBSD with qemu ...
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Fsck error after resize my Ubuntu partition on Windows

I use Windows and Ubuntu on my PC with dual boot and I resize my Ubuntu partition on Windows. After restarting I got an error with fsck. I can't fix it. Help me /dev/nvme0n1p4: The filesystem size ( ...
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/dev/sda2: UNEXPACTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY [duplicate]

Hope all are doing well I have a Linux Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on my laptop. During the boot, I got the error as.. "/dev/sda2: UNEXPACTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY " I guess some of the ...
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Fsck problem: the root filesystem on /dev/sda5 requires a manual fsck

My Ubuntu computer says /dev/sda5 contains a file system with errors, check forced. /dev/sda5: Inode 393249 seems to contain garbage. /dev/sda5: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN fsck MANUALLY. (i.e., ...
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fsck fails with invalid superblock

New install of 22.04.2 on a Dell Insperion N4110 Corei3. When I run fsck from live CD I get: ubuntu@lubuntu:~$ sudo fsck -f /dev/sdb fsck from util-linux 2.37.2 ...
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WARNING: Filesystem system has error. couldn't fIx parent of node 47322B43 Couldn't find parent directory entry

WARNING: Filesystem system has error. couldn't fIx parent of node 47322B43 Couldn't find parent directory entry. I have Ubuntu 22.04.2 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) OS installed every time i boot getting ...
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Stuck with "You are in emergency mode. "

I cannot boot into my Ubuntu 22.04 machine (Dell OptiPlex 7050), and I repeatedly see the following message on a black screen: You are in emergency mode. After logging in, type "journalctl -xb&...
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fsck.mode=force is NOT checking the file system

I have been having hard drive issues on Ubuntu 18.04 where the system randomly remounts my root partition (/dev/sda4) as read-only due to errors. dmesg|grep 'I/O error' reveals obvious problems with ...
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How to fix ubuntu not starting error fsck fill systrm

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Ubuntu Froze at the loading screen

I was Trying to enable Ubuntu on Xorg because I have Invidia Driver but after trying few solutions here my Ubuntu froze on the start screen i can't enable networking to connect to the wifi when trying ...
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Repair disk from live CD

I have a PC which do no boot for disk problems, when starting I see messages like ... bulk update request IO error, dev sda, sector (some number) Buffer IO Error on dev sda (I cannot copy & paste ...
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Ubuntu Mate not booting, recovery not booting, initramfs & fsck no fix - after recent update

after an update my Q957 mini PC won't boot into Linux, Windows (dualboot) is still working. After trying to boot ubuntu, it immeadiately went into the initramfs shell mode. The same happens, if i try ...
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Can't see some files after running " fsck -y /dev/sda3 " [duplicate]

While using GParted live usb to create some free space on my disk (only ubuntu 22.04 is installed on that entire disk), I mistakely stopped the resizing operation in between, and later when I tried to ...
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Stuck in emergency mode. Recently added partitions to a brand new drive. Ran fsck in live environment, but it didn't help

After I added a new drive and made some partitions, on my next boot I got: [ 1.920835] [ 4.999121] hid-generic 003:0D8C:005.0006: No inputs registered, leaving [ 5.947015] snd_hda_intel 0000:00:...
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"fsck" - Permission Denied

I'm getting a error. See: What I'm supose to do? Tx, everyone!
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the root filesystem /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-ubuntu--lv requires a manual fsck

I have a server running on Ubuntu Server 20.04.5 LTS. Sometimes the os goes in read-only mode and I have to do a "sudo reboot" and every time it reboots i get this error: "the root ...
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Unable to start Ubuntu in GUI mode after upgrade

I have upgraded my Ubuntu from 20.04, but when it restarted in graphical mode ...
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Forcing fsck to check more than one mount point at every boot?

I want to force fsck to run before every boot on my 2 mount points (constant problems with the filesystem): /dev/nvme0n1p2 /dev/nvme0n1p4 > mount | grep nvme0 /dev/nvme0n1p2 on / type ext4 (rw,...
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Failure to Boot: Journal version is not supported by this e2fsck

My computer is failing to boot regularly, and I am entering the initramfs screen. The command exit outputs the following. /dev/nvme0n1p2: Journal version not supported by this e2fsck. /dev/nvme0n1p2: ...
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Warning: Filesystem still has errors

After I rebooted my Ubuntu (20.04) laptop, it hung at the purple screen and the login page never appeared. I pressed the power button to turn it off, and after I turned it on again, I ran into the ...
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