How do I stop my system from fscking on each reboot?

How do I stop my system from fscking on each reboot?

When you rebuild the kernel, the filesystem is marked as ‘dirty’ and so your disk will be checked with each boot. The fix is to run:
rdev -R /zImage 1

This fixes the kernel so that it is no longer convinced that the filesystem is dirty.

Note: If using lilo, then add read-only to your linux setup in your lilo config file (Usually /etc/lilo.conf)

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