@ Foppe de Haan
>Most likely due to lacking hardware support (in the kernel) for the CL 
>>graphics chip (even though it's little more than a rebrand of KL's). Try 
>>installing a more recent (ideally 4.14-based) kernel. Iow, it's sort of 
>>related, because the issues you

Please suggest how to install Qubes with different Kernel version. I have not 
idea how that can be done :)

>Can you get sys-usb started? If so, use qvm-copy-to-vm in dom0 to copy the 
>logs to a VM, then to the flash drive. Otherwise, you could boot with a 
>live image of some type, mount the hard drive and copy out the logs. 
This was a /tmp log of installation process. Not sure that dom0 as such is 
available during the installation. 

>Both seem unhappy with your video card. What's in that laptop? Please post 
>Debian's boot log (redact hardware serial numbers & MAC addresses), and 
>Qubes' xl dmesg log if you can get it. 

The setup is not a laptop. It is a desktop see HW details below. Will try to 
get the Debian's boot log.
> Here is the hardware details:
>    MB: ASRock Z370 Pro4 https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/Z370%20Pro4/index.asp
>    CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-8600K 
> https://ark.intel.com/products/126685/Intel-Core-i5-8600K-Processor-9M-Cache-up-to-4_30-GHz
>    RAM: 16 GB DDR4

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