29 hours ago
I have dual booted Ubuntu along with Windows 10. I have a SSD+HDD combo where Windows is installed on SSD and Ubuntu on HDD.
I've tried reinstalling Ubuntu but the problem of large boot time still persists
The boot time calculated by the linux system on the command systemd-analyze time is as follows:
Startup finished in 6.208s (kernel) + 1min 21.627s (userspace) = 1min 27.835s
graphical.target reached after 1min 18.951s in userspace
On knowing time taken by different processes systemd-analyze blame
2 hours ago
Are you using any kind of systems that enable 3D compositors to be used as primary display servers for example Wayland or something like that?
Because plymouth-quit-wait.service seems to take a lot of time. If that's the case, please try to disable Wayland and then give a try to print systemd-analyze blame results.
You can disable it from /etc/gdm3/custom.conf by removing the # from the beginning of this line #WaylandEnable=false.