N/APosted on - 07/03/2011
I was booting my computer but since it's a Linux one I find it as a struggle for me because I don't have any idea about the system. It's hard loading the Linux system to my computer; I thinks there's something wrong with.
I need help so badly. If this is windows I could already used the safe mode.
Trouble engaging in Linux booting
I hope this method will help you in boosting your Linux the faster way; first, to less memory used up you should utilize a window manager which is a less heavy one. Most used is KDE and GNOME where one of this can be use.
Also disable the services which are not significant and will not need at all like if you're not using Bluetooth, disable it. Use the less linux distro, for instance the Puppy Linux or the Arch which are less booting time capacity. Now, check the lighter modules of kernel.
Boot chart must be used to be able to know the modules of kernel which are constantly installed on your system. And for that move, you will be able to know what's wrong with your computer while you are booting.
Another thing is that the Linux has no default ''safe level'' only the ''run level'' which is a single user root only, unfortunately the system you're using needs to have documentation prior having the loading it for implementation of your system.