On Fri, 5 Mar 2004 22:02:30 +0200
Kyryll A Mirnenko <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>   There's very stupid problem when using EXT2[3]FS partitions
>   read-write on 
> FreeBSD that after power failure you have nothing to check it (e.g. 
> apropriate fsck) and can't use it rw any more (I've no linux on my
> machine for a year, the partition is one left from it's
> installation) - kernel denies it's mounting rw till it's CLEAR falg
> is set.
>   So, where to find e2fsck for FreeBSD?
>   One more question: kernel comments're saying ext2fs support is not
>   updated 
> frequently. Is there an alternative ext2fs (and better ext3fs) 3rd
> party support for FreeBSD?

Check out sysutils/e2fsprogs. It includes...

sbin/badblocks
sbin/blkid
sbin/debugfs
sbin/dumpe2fs
sbin/e2fsck
sbin/e2image
sbin/e2label
sbin/findfs
sbin/fsck.ext2
sbin/fsck.ext3
sbin/fsck_ext2fs
sbin/logsave
sbin/mke2fs
sbin/mkfs.ext2
sbin/mkfs.ext3
sbin/mklost+found
sbin/resize2fs
sbin/tune2fs
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