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I have a BeagleBone Black Running Debian 10. I installed openbox to run my "kiosk" GUI app, following this example.

Then i managed to reduce boot time by disabling a lot of services which i didn't need. Now it boots in about 20 seconds but i think i could go better: i don't need any network feature before my app starts, and even then i would need it only for debug/developing purposes, so i'd like to start connman service and everything related to network AFTER the GUI starts.

Problem is that i'm not so found and i don't grasp how the Wants, WantedBy and After settings works. I tried something, but all i've got is to broke the initialization and reach just the console login.

What should i do to "delay" everything related to network AFTER the ~/.config/openbox/autostart file have been executed?

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