While reviewing low quality posts I stumbled across this question in which the OP describes intermittent problems booting with 3 versions of Ubuntu but is now booting KDE Neon. The question while well described, provides logs from KDE Neon running kernel 4.9.10 My gut reaction is that this is off topic either due to the distro currently in use or due to the fact that the problem exists across several versions and distributions and either way would likely be better served on U&L. I'm curious as to what logic chain leads one to believe that this question is both on topic and worthy of an upvote.
While establishing that the post is off-topic, and most definitely after finding out that it is off-topic, I would refrain from upvoting it, since questions with upvotes don't get deleted by the system, unless people with >10k find and delete them, even if they are closed, and we don't want off-topic stuff cluttering up the site and misleading people.
The first thing to do is to ask whether they are truly on Ubuntu or not. Then go from there.
It is entirely possible for someone to custom-run the higher kernel and software on Ubuntu by compiling and doing it themselves.
If they say "No, I'm not, I'm actually on XYZ", then you know it's offtopic. Then we can truly act on it.
I've asked them in comments to clarify what OS they're on. We can move from there once we get a reply.