The standard upgrade in Ubuntu recently changed the kernel from 4.15.0-45 #48 to 4.15.0-46 #49. Modest change, eh?
But I have seen two changes that puzzle me.
After GRUB but before I get the Ubuntu Loading page, this message is on the screen:
/dev/sdb1: clean, 362525 / 26427392 files, 12719110 / xxxxx (no time to write them all down) blocks
I thought this was a warning to run e2fsck, which I did from a different mount point. It’s still there.
Is Ubuntu telling me something?
Ubuntu now loads slower, and there is a loading script (now I have a snappy slice!) that runs next to the lights (there used to be five, now four).
Is this normal?
It is all mildly annoying and easily ignored, IF (important IF) there is nothing behind it.