I'm installing Ubuntu 17.10 on a Thinkpad 11e. I had to use a USB keyboard to install 17.10, so a good guess is that the drivers were not available for the keyboard.
Anyway, after I managed to install 17.10, and it asked me to reboot the system. As I did, the system just hung.
First, it says no caching mode found, then it says "assuming drive cache: write through", then it says "Starting Daemon for power management.." Followed by starting a bunch of different processes apparently.
Then it stops here: A start job is running for Hold until boot process finishes up (24s/ no limit)
What does that mean and how can I rectify the situation? Also, how can I recify the drivers after I fix the boot process?