some weird stuff just happened with Finder, although i did have a heap of windows open, as well as alot of apps... but then everything just jammed up, so i had to force restart. then i went into single user mode and tried to do fsck. it said i couldn't because i had journaling enabled. but i could have sworn that when i installed Panther i didn't enable journaling. anyway, i forced fsck (fsck -f) and it found that some permissions were off. it also said that a file size was incorrect. it said that file temp338458 was 0, should be 78. and it couldn't repair permissions. so i thought oh well, then just rebooted normally. when i repaired permissions with Disk Utility it only had 2 incorrect permissions, nothing like it said when i ran fsck -f. what going on with that? so i want to be able to run fsck. is there any way i can disable journaling? does anyone know if you can disable journaling from single user mode?