I decided to install Ubuntu 17.10. The installation was all fine and dandy as well, until I woke up to see Ubuntu stuck on
/dev/sdb clean [...]
I could tell it was frozen on the boot since my mouse was accessible over the message, and then when I pretended nothing was wrong and blindly typed in my passcode and pressed enter it seemed as if I'd been logged in due to the mouse changing themes.
When I logged in through recovery mode it seemed to work properly though (which is of course how I am able to type this message). Until I get this fixed I will not be running any code to clean up my installation such as
autoremove, or the program
ubuntu-cleaner. If anyone could help out soon so my computer doesn't get overloaded with cache that would be amazing!
The speed was bothering me so I cleaned the deb files and everything else but the
apt autoremove, old kernel files, and
deborphan. Same error, still works in recovery mode. Actually It is /dev/sda1 clean and according to some posts from earlier users it says it can be fixed through running this command
sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intel
but for me it said it's already installed.
Toughbook cf-19 mk1, 2gb ram, intel core duo 1.06ghz 1024x768 screen resolution.
Seems that if I open and close the laptop on the login it seems to pop up the login screen? I guess thats a liveable minor inconvenience but nevertheless I would like to find out how to fix this issue properly.