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LPC: Booting Linux in five seconds
Posted Sep 23, 2008 13:39 UTC (Tue) by email@example.com (guest, #38022)
Posted Sep 23, 2008 17:43 UTC (Tue) by hmh (subscriber, #3838)
lsof +L1 | grep lib
lsof -n | grep 'path inode' | grep lib
will give you that info, for example.
Posted Oct 3, 2008 11:03 UTC (Fri) by pabs (subscriber, #43278)
apt-get install debian-goodies ; checkrestart -v
That gives you package names and init scripts to run.
Posted Sep 23, 2008 18:12 UTC (Tue) by arjan (subscriber, #36785)
not booting is obviously faster as any type of boot, no argument about that. The good news is that there's no exclusivity between the two.
Posted Sep 25, 2008 16:18 UTC (Thu) by kamil (subscriber, #3802)
What I'm trying to say here is that in practice, suspending your laptop during take off/landing as opposed to turning it off is perfectly fine. Your average flight attendant will likely flatly deny that when asked, but those people are not paid to think...
Posted Sep 30, 2008 21:27 UTC (Tue) by salimma (subscriber, #34460)
Nobody fully turns off their PDAs too, as far as I can tell. Though you hope they do remember to put them to in-flight mode...
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