Originally Posted by December
I would love to see if there is a way to boot Fedora 10 faster too. I have a dual-boot laptop and Vista (Sorry, but AutoCAD does not run on Linux even with Wine / CX Office - so I have no choice) boots significantly faster then Fedora does.
Joseph - please do keep us updated on your quest for a faster boot!
What came unto my mind is beside error message from the system how many RAM do you use?
That stabilization thing happens once to me and it seems to resolved it self.
On the other hand I run WIndows XP , Mandriva and opensuse X86_64 and Fedora 10 X86_64 , and Fedora it is fastest in booting , maybe it is because I use LXDE as GUI
What I do notice is using 2 GB or 4 GB RAM does not make a big difference