Wow! openSUSE is not going easy on me.
This time, after booting up my system, all of a sudden KDE boots up slow, and I am unable to access my internet. System was working great before this happened. NetworkManager (now changed to a blue icon) detects no wireless connection, same with LAN.
I tried to run/re-enable **NetworkManager **from the terminal and it throws up this error:
This same error was generated exactly 27 times. I also noticed KDE boots up significantly slower now.
Before this error, my immediate installations were Yakuake, python-gst & gstreamer-python (for running deepin music player).
Help, good Samaritans!
My laptop specs: oS 13.1, 64bit KDE (latest stable build), 4gb ram and a core-i3 m370 processor.
The time after the unit is active or started is printed after the "@" character.
The time the unit takes to start is printed after the "+"
graphical.target @1min 8.461s
└─multi-user.target @1min 8.461s
└─cron.service @1min 8.461s
└─postfix.service @1min 8.047s +413ms
└─nss-lookup.target @1min 8.045s
└─network.target @1min 8.044s
└─network.service @16.662s +51.382s
└─SuSEfirewall2_init.service @10.319s +6.342s
└─dev-disk-by\x2did-ata\x2dST9500325AS_6VE8RL7A\x2dpart1.swap @9.850s +384ms