Thanks for the advice.

Unfortunately I don't completely understand what you mean with the

> Of course if some non trusted packages has also been installed, then
goto ubuntu archive.

For the moment I have purged xserver-xorg-video-intel without
reinstalling it (since I've seen that it is optional).

I cannot yet verify with certainty whether this solves the issue because
I haven't found a way to reproduce it in a deterministic way.  That
said, after uninstalling xserver-xorg-video-intel, my virtual terminals
are visible again (which I hadn't mentioned in the original post because
I hadn't thought that this issue might be related).  I will keep this
configuration until I either run into the original issue again or you
advice me to install the package again.

In case this was a misconfiguration on my side (don't know why the
optional package was installed): Sorry for filing a bug report.


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