The lowlatency kernel isn't supported on the Pi, and flash-kernel won't
permit it to be flashed (because you'd be left with an unbootable

Ideally the studio installer should detect this and not select the
option by default (or better still, disable it), but I'm not sure
there's a simple way for them to do that (at least "properly"; it's
fairly easy to detect if you're on a Pi, but ideally the installer
should be checking the flash-kernel database to see if there's a kernel-
flavor limit in place and act accordingly).

I need to have a think about this -- I'm reasonably confident this is a
studio installer bug too (so I'll add that as affected), but I suspect
flash-kernel needs to grow some facility for exposing the kernel-flavor
limits imposed on the running system.

** Also affects: ubuntustudio-installer (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
       Status: New

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  package linux-image-6.8.0-35-lowlatency 6.8.0-35.35.1 failed to
  install/upgrade: run-parts: /etc/kernel/postinst.d/initramfs-tools
  exited with return code 1

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