Ubuntu 19.04 systemd-analyze blame returns Bootup not finished

I am using a Dell Laptop with Ubuntu Budgie 19.04.

Whenever I run the command :

systemd-analyze blame  

it returns :

Bootup is not yet finished org.freedesktop.systemd1.Manager.FinishTimestampMonotonic=0). Please try again later. 

This, even if the computer booted hours ago and is working normally. Obviously, the boot process should have long terminated. Does this make sense to anyone? Is this the sign of any boot or load problem?

The command :

systemctl list-jobs  

returns :

 JOB UNIT                                 TYPE  STATE     2 multi-user.target                    start waiting 142 systemd-update-utmp-runlevel.service start waiting  35 setvtrgb.service                     start waiting 155 plymouth-quit-wait.service           start running 151 getty@tty1.service                   start waiting   1 graphical.target                     start waiting 149 getty.target                         start waiting 152 system-getty.slice                   start waiting 

My bash script exit but it is not finished

I’ve create a litle script to find raspberry on a LAN and try the default login.

I don’t understand why the script don’t continue the execution

there is the script : https://pastebin.com/CNVepNEU

there is the ouput :

SCANNING FOR RPi on 192.168.1.0/24

List of exposed ssh server :

192.168.1.43

192.168.1.101

192.168.1.254


TRYING DEFAUT LOGIN FOR RPi

check for 192.168.1.43

192.168.1.43 is vulnerable !!!

quitte boucle


PWNED RPi :

192.168.1.43

sorry for my english i’m french

an idea ?

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How much truth is there to Chomsky’s remark that “mathematicians stop working when things get too difficult”?

Is this true in your own work? How do you know you are finished with a given line of inquiry (at least for the time being) and it’s time to publish the paper?

Is stating open questions at the end of a paper an admission of defeat? Is there any rule of thumb you use on deciding whether or not to post/publish your questions?

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code:

import random import os.path import pickle import os startmes = """Place #help to learn more. DO NOT USE CAPS OR SPECIAL CHARACTERS! Only small letters.""" helpmes = """This is the help message for Everyone.  In order to communicate with Ivy, simply type what you want to say into the input space. When typing please use only lower case characters and no special characters.  So this:  "I like turtles!"  Becomes this: "i like turtles"  The reason for this is that otherwise you would have many entries that are  copies of the same word, ie Hey, hey, hey! and Hey all mean the same thing but would be entered differently.But you can use it in proper words.  Sometimes what Ivy says can be hard to interpret, but keep trying and use your imagination.  """ class bot():     def __init__(self, autosave, deldups, autocount, maxwords, maxresp):         self.autosave = autosave         self.autocount = autocount         self.deldups = deldups         self.maxwords = maxwords         self.maxresp = maxresp         self.known = {}         self.wordcount = 0         self.sescount = 0         os.system("C:\Downloads\Ivy\known.data")         print(startmes)         if os.path.isfile("known.data"):              def main():              f = open("known.data","w+")             print("Save file loaded!")         else:             print("No save file found.")         print()         for key, value in self.known.items():             self.wordcount += 1     def question(self, x):         self.wordcount += 1         a = "w" + str(self.wordcount)         d = {"name": x, "resp": [x], "uses": 0}         self.known[a] = d     def talk(self):         talking = True         prevres = ""         while talking:             if self.autosave:                 self.sescount += 1                 if self.sescount >= self.autocount:                     self.sescount = 0                     pickle.dump(self.known, open('known.data', 'wb'))                     print("Saving...")             if self.deldups:                 for key, value in self.known.items():                     value["resp"] = list(set(value["resp"]))             if len(self.known.keys()) > self.maxwords:                 count = 0                 for key, value in self.known.items():                     count += value["uses"]                 for i in range(self.wordcount):                     for key, value in self.known.items():                         if value["uses"] <= count/self.wordcount:                              self.wordcount -= 1                             self.known.pop(key, None)                             break             for key, value in self.known.items():                 if len(value["resp"]) > self.maxresp:                     rem = random.choice(value["resp"])                     value["resp"].remove(rem)                 res = ""              a = input("You: ")             if "#" in a:                 if "quit" in a:                     pickle.dump(self.known, open('known.data', 'wb'))                     print("Saving...")                     exit()                 if "help" in a:                     print(helpmes)                 a = ""              data = prevres.split(" ")             inp = a.split(" ")              for x in data:                 for key, value in self.known.items():                     if x == value["name"]:                         value["resp"].extend(inp)             for x in inp:                 if a == "":                     break                 names = []                 for key, value in self.known.items():                     names.append(value["name"])                 if x not in names:                     self.question(x)                 else:                     for key, value in self.known.items():                         if x == value["name"]:                             xyz = random.randrange(0,4)                             for i in range(xyz):                                 res = res + " {0}".format(random.choice(value["resp"]))                                 value["uses"] += 1             if res == "":                 res = " ..."             print("Ivy:{0}".format(res))             prevres = res sauce = bot(True, True, 25, 1000, 15) sauce.talk() 

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My Ubuntu 18.04 takes too long to boot up (about minute or so). I found that it’s possible to find out the reason using systemd-analyze, but all it gives me is Bootup is not yet finished. Please try again later. The system runs normally, but even after hour and more, the boot up is still not finished. Is there a way to find out what is not loaded?