Would like to ask if anybody would find it helpful creating hybrid-efi?
Hybrid-efi is efi compliant but is different to use especially when trying to install Ubuntu. Different manufacturers use different efi management options. The hybrid-efi system i use does not use efi shell and does not have any efi gui. No efi/uefi device name appears in one time boot list or bios settings. Firmware is efi compliant but is basically bios with an efi compliant system which firmware manages "automagically". Which proves very difficult to manage especially if ESP gets corrupted as there appears to be no means of restoring the necessary files back to ESP. That is on a non-linux install and have not as yet achieved an Ubuntu install to a gpt -efi mode using hybrid efi system.
So from a user point of view hybrid-efi is very different from efi/uefi capable machines that do use shell prompt as well as having gui.
For a more accurate description of what is specifically involved differing hybrid-efi and what is involved to install Ubuntu to this type of firmware; you could look here.
This is the only informative and educated source i can find regarding the subject.
Am sure I am not the only one using this particular version of efi system so thought would open discussion to get some feedback regarding how many or how few people would find this request useful.
One question to which all this relates to can be found here. The answers to which show it is presumptuous to assume UEFI related answers are appropriate.
Maybe a more experienced user with the appropriate privileges may think it helpful or useful if this tag was created in the accepted manner.