I found the reason for this problem: it turned out to be the BIOS
setting "Boot Order Lock". After disabling it, I saw the above message
one more time, then Ubuntu started properly (and a new boot entry called
"ubuntu" appeared in the BIOS).

I don't know if this is possible, but it would be a good idea to detect
that the "ubuntu" boot entry wasn't actually created and display an
error message. If it's not possible, an additional hint about "Boot
Order Lock" or similar BIOS settings might be helpful (as well as
showing the message for more than a split-second).

** Package changed: ubiquity (Ubuntu) => grub2 (Ubuntu)

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  Post-install boot loop: "System BootOrder not found."

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