I've heard a lot about fast booting in Ubuntu 12.04. Unfortunately my experience is a bit different. My ubuntu boots like this:
- from grub to noticeable mouse cursor ~30s + ~10s for desktop picture
- from desktop picture to unity panel ~35s
- then another ~45s for e.g. nautilus to be loaded
All in all, I am not able to use my computer in less than two minutes, which is quite a lot, isn't it?
dmesg log's last two rows are:
[ 23.169677] cfg80211: (5735000 KHz - 5835000 KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 3000 mBm) [ 34.064021] wlan0: no IPv6 routers present
Look at the time - 34s. What am I waiting for after?
Good to know: I am using the default nouveau driver instead of nvidia's. On Ubuntu 11.10 the boot took exactly the same time (I've made a new install to Ubuntu 12.04 though).
I know this question may be a bit too concrete, I would appreciate any information how to debug this as well, since I have no idea what's going on after the mentioned 34th second.