Ubuntu 15.04 problems (Colin Law)
jimkvg at 3web.com
jimkvg at 3web.com
Sun May 31 23:23:13 UTC 2015
> Date: Fri, 29 May 2015 10:38:43 -0700
> From: "Bob" <ubuntu-qygzanxc at listemail.net>
> To: "Ubuntu user technical support, not for general discussions"
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> Subject: Re: Ubuntu 15.04 problems (Colin Law)
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>> > Hi Jim. Have you run "systemd-analyze plot > plot.svg" after you
>> boot your
>> > computer? That is how Colin found that my slow boot problem was
>> > with my WIFI.
>> > --
>> > Robert Blair
>> Thank you Robert,
>> I am sorry I am really lost in this search for the "systemd-analyze plot >
>> plot.svg." I looked for plot.vg in my "Search your computer and online
>> sources" and found it. When I clicked on it, it came out
>> "unavailable data"!
>> I googled "systemd-analyze plot" and found this title. When I
>> opened it, wow
>> I could not understand a bit about it. I had expected a software to
>> and install it. I don't know if it is already installed in my PC or
>> not. Did
>> I miss it?
> Yes, it is already installed. Execute "systemd-analyze plot > plot.svg.".
> This will but the chart plot.svg in your home directory. To view it
> double-click on the icon and a image viewer will display it. In case
> the image
> viewer fails (which happens to me on some plot files) you can use Firefox to
> look at the plot. You may not understand what is there so upload it where
> anyone can look at it (I used Drop Box) and post the URL here,
> Robert Blair
Thank you one of the readers I couldn't remember, but I got a trick on how to 'attach' a photo to an email. I had attempted to do the attachment of a photo, but I was advised that it was way too long beyond limit of 40k memory. So here is a link of plot.svg in my PC's Ubuntu 15.04
https://www.dropbox.com/s/yttpeefzirbpn0y/snapshot1.png?dl=0Get the picture of what I am trying to say here regarding the problem of DropBox. When I clicked on it to open, all the icons disappeared from the screen. When I clicked on the upper left icons to 'close', 'reduce' or 'full screen' my pc went locked up. I had to hold down two keys, 'ctrl' and 'alt' and hit 'delete' to resume the work. Icons were still absent. I had to restart PC to get full screen. video system is not working right? incompatibility? Jim
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