Okay, after the latest update (from the 0-13 kernel) it now seems to be
booting normally. I hope that means the problem has been corrected and
this bug can be closed. Perhaps some kind of regression bug?

If anyone over there wants me to collect any additional information
about what was going on, please let me know what you need and how to
collect it. Minimum might be some confirmation if you have a hypothesis
of what got broken and want to make sure you squashed the bug.

P.S. I'd be more enthusiastic if I had a few bucks on the table (for
example, via that imaginary charity share brokerage). I don't really
feel that I have much skin in the game beyond the fuzzy philosophy that
freedom involves choice and Linux is one of the choices I should
understand and consider.

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  4.18.0-14-generic unbootable on Toshiba

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  After the update for the 4.18.0-14-generic kernel the machine freezes
  on booting. Machine still books under the 0-13 kernel. Booting in
  Recovery Mode seems go normally to the Recovery Menu. At that point it
  reports "Starting Avahi mDNS-SD Stack" and gets an OK response. That
  is repeated with another OK. Then it says "Starting Daily apt upgrade
  and clean activities" followed by an OK. Next is a second attempt for
  the same "apt upgrade" and it appears to be frozen. No OK ever
  received and no further progress towards booting.

  Not sure how additional details can be acquired.

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