I tried to bring an old laptop to life and installed Xubuntu 18.10. I noticed that the boot is quite long and look up on the Internet to see what could be the reason. So I did a systemd-analyze blame
Satellite-Pro-L350:~$ systemd-analyze blame
1min 30.059s gpu-manager.service 1min 23.006s plymouth-quit-wait.service 37.484s apt-daily-upgrade.service 30.695s colord.service 28.478s apt-daily.service 22.688s dev-sda1.device 16.862s networkd-dispatcher.service 12.682s snapd.service 12.604s udisks2.service 12.268s NetworkManager-wait-online.service 11.220s ModemManager.service 9.772s accounts-daemon.service 9.061s apparmor.service 8.684s NetworkManager.service 7.754s systemd-resolved.service 7.569s thermald.service 7.517s logrotate.service 7.232s wpa_supplicant.service 7.211s rsyslog.service 7.202s systemd-logind.service 7.185s apport.service 7.182s grub-common.service 6.999s lm-sensors.service
Are there updates that I'm missing? Drivers that are not up to date? I can't imagine that this is a normal boot. If you have any advice, please let me know what I can do. I don't want to have to use another distribution...