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Slow boot time


Thanks for the suggestion. I will message here if I face any problem.

A CPU from 2010 won't give you blistering performance against the demands of modern software. Try @stevef suggestions too.

Topic moved to Startup and Shutdown section.

Using an SSD (if not already) reduces the time required for disk access.

Checking what these commands show might be a starting point to see how the boot up time is spent.

--- Code: ---systemd-analyze
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---systemd-analyze blame
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---systemd-analyze critical-chain
--- End code ---

--- Code: ---journalctl -b -0
--- End code ---
(run this just after a boot)

If unnecessary services are being started at boot, disabling them may help.
Setting static addressing if possible removes the DHCP time


Hi All
I just installed Lite a couple of days ago and am very pleased with the OS except for one thing; on my old Acer laptop (Pentium P6200, 3gb RAM, 500GB HD, on which I cleared everything before installation) the machine is taking around 3 minutes to boot. Any suggestions?

Many thanks for any help.



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