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Should be ok.... BTW, I'm pretty sure that grub will not be necessary if you install from the pre-packaged situation for the distribution as I believe that grub is performed as part of the package. Of course, you problem will be if the package is still available.


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You can investigate using apt-cache: $ apt-cache show linux-virtual gives, among other things: Depends: linux-image-virtual (= 3.16.0.25.26), linux-headers-virtual (= 3.16.0.25.26) Description-en: Minimal Generic Linux kernel and headers This package will always depend on linux-image-virtual and linux-headers-virtual. From the Depends line, ...


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linux-server depends on linux-image-server. This package will always depend on the latest kernel image available for Server Equipment. linux-image-server = Transitional package More information can be found in, “What's the difference between the kernels linux-image-server and linux-image-generic? What architecture is linux-image-server? Which one should I ...


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I think it's not super easy, if there were any kernel boot options that might help boot the HP with a standard kernel (like noapic, nomodeset, etc) I'd try those first. Some instructions are too long & varied to post here [ https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel/Compile ], but one page actually looks almost reasonable, if you're compiling for the same ...


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Write an udev rule that matches devices by their idVendor attribute (ATTR{idVendor}) and writes 0 to the authorized and/or 1 to remove attributes, causing Linux to eject the device. (Really, you even tagged your question udev...)



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