Boot problems in Debian (Etch)
I'm having a problem (I think kernel related) booting my system:
When I try to boot into my system I get an error when mounting my root partition that the last write and mount times are in the future. I am prompted to run fsck manually and date gives me a time 3 hours in the past... I think this might be a cpu frequency scaling issue or something but I'm not sure and I haven't come across any possibilities yet. Running fsck and setting the mount and write times back 3 hours allows me to boot but this is obviously not a nice solution. This only happens if the machine is rebooted within 3 hours of the last boot of course.
Dell Inspiron 600m
Root partition is ex3