I started my Arch experience with Manjaro KDE about 6 months ago, then added Netrunner Rolling when it came out. When I discovered that Antergos offers a KDE version, I immediately installed it and have been using it for a couple months now.
When first installed, boot time was very fast, and I really liked (still do) the login screen with its clock and revolving images. Several weeks ago I noticed that boot time had increased significantly – I have a Netrunner Rolling partition dual-booted on this machine, and it boots as fast as ever. Also, the login screen clock only shows the minutes now – and once I enter my password, I have to manually click the arrow rather than just hit Enter, or the screen locks and I have to reboot.
I did a search for “slow boot” on this forum and found this link: [url:1y11sn23]http://forum.antergos.com/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=1533&p=6359&hilit=slow+boot#p6359[/url:1y11sn23], where lots.O.logs suggested the following command, which he was kind enough to inspect:
sudo journalctl -b \> ~journal
I ran the code and got this: [http://www.mediafire.com/view/rmfubgj7cr5t1rg/~journal]">[http://www.mediafire.com/view/rmfubgj7cr5t1rg/~journal]
The xorg-xauth package is already installed.
Any suggestions on how I can reduce boot time and fix the login screen?
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