The network-manager doesn't work. I can boot, but only Ctrl+Alt+F1 gives me a terminal. When I try to login into the Windows-System, I get back the info that Systemd-logind uses 60% of the resources.
Any tips how I can debug this?
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Luckily Ctrl+Alt+F1 still gives you a console login.
With no network manager your
systemd could be wasting time waiting for it to come up. After logging into the console use this command:
sudo systemctl disable NetworkManager-wait-online.service
If you find out later you need the service at boot time use:
sudo systemctl enable NetworkManager-wait-online.service