nomko wrote:Install Bleachbit and let that program clean up your system. It's a very usefull and good program. I use it myself and i'm very happy with it!
I got the same problem after a update I made yesterday (648 mb). I tried playing with these files, but had no succes: /etc/init.d/checkroot-bootclean.sh and /lib/var/bootclean.sh
When i altered them a bit, the boot progress didn't stop at the way Goretis discribed, but one line later. To be honest, I wasn't really having a clue what I did.
I figure the problem must be somewhere in those scripts, but i can't fix it...
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