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Wow! So will 10.04 really get a 10 second boot on dell mini 10?
That was on a Core2 Duo. Somehow I don’t think an Atom will come close.
Sorry, didn’t mean to sound so cynical. Just watched the video, and was blown away. And judging by the boot chart, there’s still room for improvement. Great work!
Is this a vanilla gnome(not xfce) lucid alpha 3 installation?
@Marco I really don’t know; I’m not part of Foundations team that did all the work
@David I’d say disk is what brings you good results
@Harsh vanilla gnome? Other then adding icons to panel and changing background, there’s nothing else I did. And I haven’t just installed it to record the move, it’s an upgrade from Karmic, desktop I use daily
Thks for sharing!
Wow! I didn’t even start counting and it already booted the whole thing!
What disk do you have? SSD?
My bad… found this in your previous post “Hardware: Lenovo X200s with Mushkin Europe 2 120GB SSD instead of default Seagate 5000rpm disk.”
I also rock an x200, so SSD could be the way
Ante: I suppose you have an SSD?
@Tomas Yes, Mushkin Europe 2 120GB.
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