OK, I see your point. Maybe I've been looking at the wrong marker
(although all installs of Ubuntu that I know of would have modules). But
there must be some other marker that a particular kernel was never
installed in this system??

Or are you saying that any random kernel from some other
system/distribution will run fine with any other system?? If that is the
case, this fix is totally unnecessary, but is that true?

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  update-grub (grub-mkconfig) includes all kernels in boot, regardless
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