Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 26th Jul 2005 17:45 UTC, submitted by improvedsource
Fedora Core Everyone wants a quick boot time, from the beginner user to the advanced user, this is a issue that bothers us all. As Linux has advanced it has increasingly become slower to boot. So I decided to look into reducing the time it takes to boot my current setup, which is Fedora 4. In doing so I was able to reduce the boot time of my Fedora 4 installation to less than 25 seconds.
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what's the big deal about boot time
by re_re on Tue 26th Jul 2005 23:39 UTC
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why does it really make a difference how long it takes to boot a linux system... it's not like windows where you have to reboot every time you install software or change major settings.

besides... i think most linux users leave there computers on for long periods of time anyway

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Um... laptops?

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