Using bootchart in Foresight Linux

If you plan to see what your system is actually booting up during the boot of your Foresight Linux OS, then you need to install bootchart.

sudo conary update bootchart

Reboot, it will also add automatically init=/sbin/bootchartd to kernel line. No need to add/edit anything.

After logged in to your system, open Terminal and write:

java -jar /usr/share/java/bootchart.jar

It will generate:
Parsing /var/log/bootchart.tgz
Wrote image: ./bootchart.png

Bootchart for Foresight Linux

And now you got a bootchart.png to analyze. (located in the path you generated the java command)

Now you can see what takes a long time to boot your system and analyze what really starts with the system.

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