Author: Shiva Saxena

[drm:radeon_init[radeon]] ERROR No UMS support in radeon module!: booting issue [solved]

[drm:radeon_init[radeon]] ERROR No UMS support in radeon module!: booting issue [solved]

This post is in continuation with my previous blog post about “A connection to the bus can’t be made: booting issue”. So, as soon as I got rid of my prior booting error I got another one. But this time it was more specific (related to radeon device) and easy to find out the solution over web. Here is what worked for me.

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A connection to the bus can’t be made: booting issue [solved]

A connection to the bus can’t be made: booting issue [solved]

Hello and welcome back to “A Habit of Learning”! Couldn’t write for so long due to repetitive health issues then exams then an exciting chess tournament then a bit of LaTex and cookiecutter like tools and then here I am. Before I write about anything else of what all I have been going through these days, I feel there is a need of THIS blog post as I couldn’t find many solutions over the web regarding the issue. Continue reading “A connection to the bus can’t be made: booting issue [solved]”

John Perry Barlow – A rhyme in Cyberspace

John Perry Barlow – A rhyme in Cyberspace

Howdy readers! While going through dgplug summer training, I am getting to know about people who have not only enhanced and simplified the availability of information over the internet, but also about people who have brought the goodness in cyberspace, revealed the secrets behind the internet and what not. As a result of their work, we are now experiencing our internet as it is.

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My experience with Linux CLI

My experience with Linux CLI

Hey! With this post, I am sharing my experience with Linux command line interface.

Before I learned about what is Linux and what is CLI, I couldn’t imagine myself working on a computer without any mouse and GUI. But, when I started learning Linux about a year ago, then CLI was something that sought my attention and I started to learn it. Continue reading “My experience with Linux CLI”