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Old 9th June 2009, 06:35 PM
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F10 15 minute startup time

I am just learning Linux, one of the issues I'm having is that this Machine (with respectable desktop specs) takes about fifteen to twenty minutes to restart. I'm wondering id that's normal because it's a server class OS and simply just has a lot of processes to start, or is there something wrong, if so than what?
Once it's up it doesn't seem to be slow at all.

Dell Optiplex 745
Intel Core 2 2.4 GHZ
2 Gb RAM

Thanks for any help in advance.
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