When Linux boots up I get a “Repair Disk Prompt” and the system does not fully boot up.
This message means the computer was not shutdown properly and Linux was unable to automatically repair all disks.
- If prompted for a user password enter your root password.
- At the “repair disk” prompt type in: fsuk -s -A and press Enter.
- When prompted for various repair options just press y.
- Once you are back at the “repair disk” prompt type exit and press Enter to reboot the computer.