Boot Fedora Linux Faster..boot in under 25 seconds

Mike McCarty mike.mccarty at
Wed Jul 27 17:46:33 UTC 2005

國產 Wei-Yee Chan (Made in Chinar) wrote:
> ImprovedSource writes "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. I have
> tested on my machine 4 Linux distributions: Linspire, Fedora 3 & 4, Suse
> 9.2 & 9.3, and Debian. And on average between all these distributions
> Linux needs around a minute to 1 and half minutes to go from boot loader
> to graphical login screen.


I timed my machine (dual-boot Windows XP and Linux FC2) and found that
the boot times are essentially as you reported, and essentially the
same for both OSs.

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At least, this is a start.

OTOH, I boot less than once per week. FC2 runs like a champ for

Mike (Boot Time is Important) McCarty
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