I need almost 2 minutes to login to my desktop. it's disappointing when i read everywhere about quantal's bootup times.
Any help speeding things up is much appreciated. Here is what bootchart created
My 12.10 laptop with gnomeshell is booting quite slowly. It has never booted particularly fast, and I feel it's probably rather slow for its specs. (quad core 2.2 ghz, 8 gig ram - takes nearly 90 seconds to boot and login). I've enclosed a bootchart, but I need help in understanding what it means!
I figured this might be the best place to post this.basically, the bootchart package makes a nice little img of your boot up, and shows what makes things take the most time, etc, etc.If you wanna join in, install the "bootchart" package Here (for those of you with apturl) or through Synaptic or apt-get, aptitude, etc.
That still seems like way too much. Console-kit-daemon.service starts here in about 50ms, and my laptop is anything but powerful. You might perhaps want to have a look at the bootchart created by systemd-analyze plot > bootchart.svg.
I am currently using Ubuntu 14.04 & facing the problem that it is taking much time to boot, so I installed bootchart to see which process is taking much time but could not understand the chart .png image file, so here I am attaching the bootchart image file :
I am using ubuntu only (no dual boot) & my hardware config is :