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How to speed up boot time of Ubuntu when you find a possible cause in "dmesg" output? [duplicate]

After updating to Ubuntu 16.04. the boot time is a bit longer (more than 10-15 seconds). I looked at the "dmesg" output and found this: [ 23.882674] audit: type=1400 audit(1461650474.108:10): ...
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Too much bootup time [duplicate]

So i have Ubuntu 22.04.2 LTS installed on my laptop. It takes more than 2 mins to bootup which seems too much for me. When i had installed Ubuntu on my machine a couple of months ago it didnt take ...
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Start up on Ubuntu 12.10 is much slower than on 12.04 [duplicate]

Start up toward login screen lasts about 40sec on both(12.10 and 12.04). This is good for me. But after login, there is quite difference. System will start up in: Ubuntu 12.04: 10-13sec Ubuntu 12.10:...
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How do I improve boot time? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I improve boot speed? I Have read many question on this but It is all about disabling startup daemons/programs. Since then I have installed a lot of programs and as you ...
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Speed up boot time [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I improve boot speed? In ubuntu "example" folder, it shows me that Ubuntu is ready to work in just 7 second. how can I make my ubuntu boot as fast as that video? I ...
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How do I speed up boot time? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I improve boot speed? I am dual-booting Ubuntu and Windows 7. When I select Ubuntu at the GRUB menu, a blinking cursor in a black screen comes and takes some 30-40 ...
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How to make Ubuntu 10.10 boot faster? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to make Ubuntu boot fast? hi, i m using Ubuntu 10.10 64bit OS. while booting in a black screen it shows blinking "_" about 10 seconds. how can it be solved?
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My Ubuntu Precise 64 Bit PC's Boot Time is Two Minutes. Isn't that too much? Any Idea? [duplicate]

My Ubuntu PC boots up in 2 minutes. First minute goes for greeter session and the second minute goes for user login session. Is this normal? My PC's main spesifications are as below: Ubuntu release: ...
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Ubuntu 12.10 boots slowly [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I improve boot speed? I have upgraded ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10 but it boots slowly. My config: Intel Core i5 2500, Nvidia GTS450, 8GB 1333Mhz RAM, 1TB HDD (5400rpm), ...
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How can I improve my start-up time [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to make Ubuntu boot fast? Hey, I've loaded Ubuntu on an older laptop and while it loads faster than Windows used to I'd like it to load even faster. Are there any ...
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How can I speed up my system? [duplicate]

I want to speed up my system. How can i use crontab to automate the deletion of unnecessary files and cache ? In what other ways can i speed up my system ? I have disabled most of the startup ...
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How to enhance my system boot up speed [duplicate]

After upgrading to Linux 18.04 my system boot up has become really very slow. I tried to find the reason for it using the systemd-analyze blame and it showed me the below results: 44.055s dev-...
Sarvagya Dubey's user avatar
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Long 53+ second startup on a decent laptop. What to do? [duplicate]

My laptop has a decent i5 processor, 8 gigs of ram. I have dual booted it with Ubuntu 16.04 but it takes too long to boot. Some information: systemd-analyze returns, Startup finished in 2.630s (...
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How can I improve my boot time? [duplicate]

I have horribly long boot time. I installed e4rat and done everything according to this tutorial. but it actually hasn't decreased the time. I tried to remove unnecessary services but I have no idea ...
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How to reduce BOOT time in Gnome 16.04 [duplicate]

laptop is dual booted with win10 alongside Ubuntu Gnome 16.04 specs- 8 GB ram, i5 5th gen processor,1TB HDD when run -- systemd-analyze blame output shows that first two are taking almost 40 seconds, ...
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