Dummy fsck.nfs script that always returns success.
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GNU/Linux need this for when the root file system is on NFS:
there is no way to find out if root is NFS mounted and we
really want to do a "fsck -a /".
The exit code returned by mount.nfs is always zero,
meaning successful completion.