Ubuntu: After the last 03/30/2018 update, can't boot ubuntu - get_random_bytes called from start_kernel with crng_init=0 [duplicate]



Question:

I've tried to repair boot, when I try to repair, in the Recovery menu enter Enable networking, the following error occurs:

/etc/resolv.conf : No such file  

I'm using dual boot and with the windows everything is ok.

I've also tried to change the grub options and added acpi=off without success.

I'm not sure what this is due for and how to fix these issues. Now when I boot, I get only the screen with these errors:

Hardware Error: CPU 0. Machine Check : 0 Bank 5  Hardware Error: PROCESSOR 0:40651 TIME 1522499587 SOCKET 0 APIC 0 microcode 23  /dev/sda7: clean, 1771662/15261696 files, 27942468/61035264 blocks  

Edited: I now got this error when trying to reboot with kubuntu:

[Firmware Bug]: TSC_DEADLINE disabled due to Errata  

How should I fix that? Yesterday everything worked just fine.


Solution:1

Machine Check errors are due to issues with the hardware. Check first that the memory is seated firmly on the motherboard and that you are not overclocking the CPU.


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