Computer Boots up too Slow
I have Windows 98SE, Windows XP Home SP2, and SUSE Linux 9.3 Professional on my computer. SUSE is taking 3 times as long as both versions of Windows combined to start up... I'm wondering if this is normal or if there is something I'm doing wrong. I'm using the Raiser file system, which I hear is slow and is probably the cause, but I'd like to know that for sure. Also, could a large number of programs be causing it? I installed nearly everything when I installed SUSE. Could it maybe be lack of enough swap space?
In case it's important, here's my setup:
Hard Drive 1
MBR - Microsoft NTDLR Bootloader
Partition 1, FAT32, 10gb - Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition
Partition 2, NTFS, 70gb - Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2
Hard Drive 2
Partition 1, RAISER, 79gb - Novell SUSE Linux 9.3 Professional
Partition 2, SWAP, 1gb, SWAP
So, what should I do to get my SUSE to start faster? I am willing to reinstall SUSE if necessary.