I'm using an old laptop, with xubuntu 18.04. 4GB RAM + i3-2350M cpu.
I've just upgraded and found the boot time is extremely slow. I've searched and tried various things, but I can't find what is causing tlp.service to run so slow. Previously the boot was not as long, and once it has booted up it runs just fine.
Any ideas or tips please? Thank you in advance.
Firstly, systemd-analyze time outputs:
Startup finished in 7.799s (kernel) + 3min 17.996s (userspace) = 3min 25.796s graphical.target reached after 34.975s in userspace
systemd-analyze blame outputs
2min 43.014s tlp.service 25.077s dev-sda1.device 19.910s systemd-journal-flush.service 16.803s systemd-sysctl.service 12.907s snap-gnome\x2dcalculator-238.mount 7.741s NetworkManager-wait-online.service 5.657s systemd-tmpfiles-setup-dev.service 5.372s snapd.service 3.730s udisks2.service 3.271s networkd-dispatcher.service 2.389s systemd-modules-load.service 2.159s NetworkManager.service 2.045s accounts-daemon.service 2.042s ModemManager.service 2.011s keyboard-setup.service 1.893s grub-common.service 1.554s preload.service 1.475s avahi-daemon.service 1.301s wpa_supplicant.service 1.295s lightdm.service 1.275s systemd-random-seed.service 1.159s swapfile.swap 918ms polkit.service