I thought, I’ve got this error message for a few weeks. I thought it was normal, until there are others who also made a post in another forum with the same problem
and this my journal file
There’re different errors there…
You have not specified your resume partition to your kernel:
(If you don’t care about resume/hibernation you can leave it as it is).
Second one, kvm disabled by BIOS is very clear, you have to enable it in your BIOS setup so the linux kernel can use it’s virtualisation functions:
The last one is from your Broadcom driver. Read this:
If you have any questions, please ask!
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