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Bonager for Ubuntu

Bonager monitors how many reboots are left until your Ubuntu install will automatically initiate an fsck scan on boot up. It will warn you when a scan will be forced on your next boot and will allow you to postpone it.
Read it at arsgeek


It’s got a very intuitive interface – a simple tray icon that you can either right click to quit out of or set it to autostart on boot. A left click allows you to see how many mounts you have until an fsck scan is forced or to force a scan on your next boot. Hover the mouse over the icon for information on how many mounts until scanning, how many partitions you have to scan and some quick help.

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