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Re: Booting time change between manual selection and default boot

From: chocho 92
Subject: Re: Booting time change between manual selection and default boot
Date: Sun, 29 Nov 2015 18:08:41 +0100

2015-11-29 17:19 GMT+01:00 Andrei Borzenkov <address@hidden>:
29.11.2015 15:58, chocho 92 пишет:
> Hi everyone,
> I've just made a fresh install of linux mint on my pc on a new ssd without
> any other operating system, and I've got a strange issue that I can't get
> ride of it.
> If I let the pc boots alone it takes times and in the dmesg output we can
> see that the boot process get stuck 64 seconds (between line 527 and 528)
> dmesg output :

Is GRUB menu displayed in this case?

No, in this case no grub menu displayed.
But if I comment the two following lines :
The grub menu is then displayed. And if I then let the countdown go to 0 I've got the same issue, with the 64 seconds pause in the boot process. Whereas if I press enter then there is no pause.


> Whereas if I hold the shift key to enter into the grub menu and then just
> press enter to select the first line, it boots in no times.
> dmesg ouptut :
> The content of the /etc/default/grub file :
> For my point of view I was expecting the same result since the default boot
> choice is the same than the one I made manually.
> I can't figure out why there is this change of behavior.
> If anyone can explain me what I've got wrong, to try to solved this boot
> delay.
> Thanks a lot in advance.
> Vincent
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