Slow first logon Parrot 4.1 x86 (32-bit)

Briefly describe your issue below:

Running a recycled Thinkpad X60s with LibreBoot and testing Parrot 4.1 x86 - All good but for one thing:

On boot-up and first logon with the x32 bit version ONLY I have noticed the first logon will usually wait for up to 5 minutes before login completes and display desktop. In rare cases it could be as short at 20 seconds (still about 20 seconds too long) but there is always a delay. Also no visible activity, no disk light, no network access - what is it doing?

I notice this because all my other machines run x64 parrot and this does not happen. IT seems to have something to do with network services?

As this occurs at logon I am unable to trace or check any system activity - what is best way to resolve this anoying “feature”?

How can I remove this delay - so there is no pause between entering password and seeing desktop?

What version of Parrot are you running? Parrot 4.1 4.16.0.parrot16-686-pae

What method did you use to install Parrot? (Debian Standard)

Configured to multiboot with other systems? ( no)

Ideas anyone…? This is really annoying the hell out of me…

check starting processes with systemd-analyze blame
this could be a good start what is wrong
the time indicates the time that need when boot into the system

( i have the same problem, but i dont care, just see that nmbd (netbios) need 1 min 30 sec (wtf??) to boot, but failed)