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  Don't pull in in apt-daily.timer

Status in apt package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Released
Status in apt source package in Xenial:
  Fix Released
Status in apt source package in Zesty:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  apt-daily.timer is enabled on every boot and pulls in 
via Wants and After. While nothing has an After=apt-daily.timer (or rather an and this should thus not impact boot performance, the 
rc-local.service specifies an and the login stuff 
(getty, gdm, etc) is ordered After=rc-local, thus severely increasing the time 
to login if nothing else pulls in network-online (like an LSB script).

  This works around the problem on most boots, the problem will only
  occur if the timer would have elapsed while the machine was off.

  [Test case]
  Well, the change is fairly obvious. Actually testing that is pointless, and 
depending on the system configuration, might be pulled in 
by something else. So just look at the file and check that the dependency moved to the service.

  [Regression potential]
  Literally none. We just move the dependency to the service which actually 
needs it.

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