always fscks first boot after install
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Each time I install gutsy (eg, desktop install from d-i i386 20070808.1), I seem to successfully install and then the first time it boots into the new system it does an fsck, complaining that the filesystem hasn't been checked for 47910 days (or some very similar number).
I think this is probably due some kind of clock skew problem which is causing the installer-created filesystems to have timestamps that the system doesn't like when it boots up.
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