Archive:HOW-TO:Improve boot time on general Linux distributions
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Based on the XBMC Community Forum discussion forum:27571 we have started a article here in the XBMC Online Manual wiki on how to "HOW-TO:Improve boot time on general Linux distributions".
Feel free to here post ideas and discussion about how to improve the (perceived) startup time of XBMC Live from a cold boot (whether from Live CD, Live USB, or from a harddrive installation of XBMC Live, or any other Linux distro for that matter).
XBMC Live implemented boot-time optimizations
This subsection of the article is meant to list optimizations that are already implemented in the XBMC Live distro by Team-XBMC.
- Feel free to list all already implemented optimizations here.
- A guide to improving ubuntu boot time can be found here