[Arm-netbook] new development laptop needed, looking at dell xps 13 9350

Christopher Havel laserhawk64 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 4 19:17:38 GMT 2016

@luke -- what's the Mac version of fsck (command-line filesystem check,
Windows' version is chkdsk) and did you run it? I've 'fixed'
improperly-unmounted USB thumb drives with that command.

On Linux, where 'sdx' is your SSD, "fsck -a sdx" (no quotes!) followed by a
punch of the ENTER key, will do good things, if it's just a corrupt
filesystem. Corrupt filesystems are not mountable and won't show up in eg
Thunar. (Sorry, I'm an XFCE kinda guy.) In Linux Mint (which I use) and
probably other Ubuntu-based Linux derivatives, you have to run fsck as
root, so prepend 'sudo' to that command for those.
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