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Jan 9 '20 at 13:08 comment added Pavel @Ephemeral, just did, memory errors gone (thanks!), but boot speed is the same, didn't hange at all.
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Jan 9 '20 at 12:40 comment added Pavel @FlippingBinary, nothing there, but points to ~./cashe/lxsession/LXDE-pi/run.log , that has some errors, but I don't think they are related (see above). Any other log to check?
Jan 8 '20 at 15:48 comment added FlippingBinary Could you check /home/pi/.xsession-errors for errors?
Jan 6 '20 at 2:06 comment added tlfong01 To confirm my wrong accusation on RF and Rpi, just now I closed the Chromium, restarted and visited apple.com. As you said, both starting Chromium and go to apple.com takes less than 2 seconds. The Chromium's English to Chinese translation is as fast. I have no more protests to RF, Rpi, and Chromium. My big apologies to them all. :)
Jan 6 '20 at 2:00 comment added tlfong01 Ah, I am terribly sorry that I did not read your question carefully. So your problem is not on the browser, but on autostart file and VNC launch. I forgot to ask if you are using Rpi2/3 which are slower than Rpi4B. Just now I tried to start Chromium and visit a site. I very surprisingly found that Chromium STARTED IN LESS THAN 10 SECONDS, and visited a busy SITE also in less than 10 seconds. So I have wrongly accusing the RF engineers. I am not sure if my bad experience was because I was running too many apps at the same time, and my 2GB RAM was full and need to do time wasting swapping, ...
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Jan 6 '20 at 1:50 comment added Pavel It's not the browser itself, It's something before it that delays the execution of autostart file, and, in fact, also delays VNC launch too. The browser itself loads in about 2 seconds.
Jan 6 '20 at 1:35 comment added tlfong01 I have been waiting a couple of years, since Rpi 1 when there was no Chrome, even slow version. Before every version they, the RF engineers said they are working hard to move Chrome faster. But even with Rpi4B 2GB, Chrome is still unbearably slow, starting up or working. So every version I was disappointed and go back to the my evil Wintel10PC6GBCorei5NivdiaGeforce. Now I am anxiously waiting for the hopefully faster Rpi5B+ Chrome. By the way, I heard that Rpi Chrome is not using the GPU, therefore so slow. If that is so, then I need not wasting my time waiting any longer.
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