Run a fsck on reboot

fsck is an utility that looks for bad blocks and errors on your filesystem. It usually runs at specificied number of system startups. If you want to force fsck to run on the next boot, the command is:
# echo y > /forcefsck

Instead, if you want to ever skip fsck on start, then the command is:
# touch /fastboot

Montare una condivisione Windows Server 2003 su Linux

smbmount mi ritornava sempre

Unknown parameter encountered: “character set”
Ignoring unknown parameter “character set”

Usare invece:
mount.cifs //ip_server/nome_condivisione dir_su_linux -o username=user%password,iocharset=utf8,noperm