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02 GL1800 w/Auto Pilot
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sounds like quite the setup, if you had Linux on it, it would only need 135 watts, not 600 :)
and it would boot up in 20 seconds, not 20 minutes. :ROFLMAO:

2 ways to look at bootup, Exclusive of the time it takes BIOS to be ready:

1) Zero to Desktop ready; for this laptop, it is 37.701 seconds from Linux start to pound the keys :)

[email protected]:~$ systemd-analyze
Startup finished in 22.794s (firmware) + 2.761s (loader) + 4.429s (kernel) + 7.716s (userspace) = 37.701s reached after 7.568s in userspace
[email protected]:~$

or 2) how long each process takes:

[email protected]:~$ systemd-analyze blame
9.137s mintupdate-automation-upgrade.service
6.267s NetworkManager-wait-online.service
511ms systemd-journal-flush.service
500ms vboxdrv.service
496ms apt-daily.service
381ms apt-daily-upgrade.service
317ms ubuntu-system-adjustments.service
266ms systemd-logind.service
263ms dev-sda2.device
253ms gpu-manager.service
186ms NetworkManager.service
148ms accounts-daemon.service
146ms tlp.service
136ms thermald.service
129ms boot-efi.mount
127ms apparmor.service
124ms plymouth-quit-wait.service
124ms networkd-dispatcher.service
89ms systemd-udev-trigger.service
82ms udisks2.service
71ms dns-clean.service
64ms keyboard-setup.service
63ms upower.service


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I don't have much trouble with my 1800 at triggering the sensors. My 1500 was way worse. I spent a lot of time cussing and waiting. Indiana now has a "malfunctioning signal" law that lets you go after two minutes.
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