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Old 04-14-2006, 11:15 AM   #1
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Debian optimising

Most distributions are running duration 30 s but boot of my Debian take 1.5 minute. I have tried to remove few processes. I don't know which I need.

This is list of my processes:

atd bootlogd cron
discover dnsclean exim4 halt
hotplug-net ifupdown ifupdown-clean inetd klogd makedev module-init-tools modutils mountvirtfs networking mviboot ppp pppd-dns rc rcS reboot rmnologich sendsigs single skeleton ssh stop-bootlogd sysklogd umountfs urandom

I don't know what each of them does. After last process removing my partitions became read-only.

Do you know other ways to optimise debian too ?
Old 04-14-2006, 05:39 PM   #2
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Mine takes 15-20 seconds

ppp pppd-dns ---> do you have dial up or dsl


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