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Thread: Ubuntu Acknowledges Boot Speed Problem

  1. #11
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    I guess that's one way of handling the power regressions: add a bigger problem and promise you'll fix it, hoping people will forget about the former. I know, power regressions are not Ubuntu's fault, but as one of the bigger distros based on the Linux kernel, there's nothing stopping them from lending a hand and/or providing a bit of feedback every now and then.

    @DaemonFC: I have also used XFS trouble-free. But then I messed up the FAT and found out that there's a very thin selection of recovery software for XFS. Now I use XFS on the system partition and EXT on /home.

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    How will encrypted root partitions be mounted if there's no initrd (and therefore, no cryptsetup)? Or can the initrd be generated manually?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaemonFC View Post
    Ext4 is a dog.
    Canines are awesome, so EXT4 is awesome too?

    I'm looking forward to BTRFS to prevent bit rot and keep my data pristine and flawless.

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