Post #20 worked for me.  Thanks Ruslan.  Had to move important config
files back into .config later.  Nothing else I tried worked after
searching forums for hours and trying their suggestions.

Why didn't Ubuntu issue an improvement to the offending software that it
provided in a routine update?  This sort of major meltdown occurred in
2016 in my 14.04 system, just before 16.04 was to be released.  Is there
a connection?  Are the best developers busy with the new releases, which
are supposed to take care of such problems?  If so, then the LTS
versions are really only good for 2 years, not the stated 5 years.

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