It seems that whenever a routine filesystem check is executed at boot time in one of my systems it stays there with the "a FS check will ocurr, press C to cancel" but it doesn't start at all, so the OS is not booted unless I manually skip thet check.
Given that the system is scheduled for autostart when I am not at home (50% of the time) that leaves me with no remote access to my files.
Manual checks report no error AFAICT.
The system has Mint 9 Isadora LTS fluxbox edition 100% up to date.
The hard drive is an IDE one, with a mix of ext4, ext3 and Fat32 partitions.
Boot partition is the only one with ext4; I can't tell which one the system is trying to check when this happens, although I suspect it is the ext4 one.
Thanks in advance!