Re: Can I stop disk check at startup if I use smartctl?
This looks like a good application. Here is more information on it to help you know more about it-
From what I read if you skip the disk check it will do it again at the next re-start-
One of our members here disabled his here in this thread-
How to disable checkdisk on startup
There is also another application for monitoring if you'd like to consider it-
It's called CPU Frequency Monitoring
I installed in on a distro called "Voyager" which was built on Ubuntu 12.04- You can find it here:
That; I don't know so be careful until another member here advises you--
is there any harm if I stop the default hard disk condition checker
You can also use the sensors command to see if your system is running hot-
-f is for fahrenheit, -c is for config file, -h is for help, -s is for set root only, -u is for raw output for degug and -v is for program version.
sensors -f | grep -i temp
Hope that helps-
Check yourself before you wreck yourself-
-:- Slackware & Voyager Xubuntu 16.04 -:-