I'm using Debian 6.0.5. To test a feature of my product, I need to modify the system date&time back and forth frequently. Once a time I set the system date back to one month ago, then I reboot the system, and it reported the last mount time of the file system is in the future and enter the maintenance mode automatically. I had to run the fsck to make sure the file system is not broken to boot into Debian.
Is there any way to ask Debian stop checking the last mount time of its file system when booting? Thanks.
P.S. Most of my disk partition are in ext4 format, and the others are in 'ntfs' format.