You should take my words with a grain of salt since I'm doing this the 
first time around. But anyhow.

Go to https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/qubes-iso-building/ and make sure you 
have a Fedora  VM to download everything to, and plenty of space.

Download a builder.conf file from 
(or 4.1 if that's the version you are building)

In that file, add vmm-xen under COMPONENTS

make remount
make install-deps
make get-sources

Now, go into qubes-src/vmm-xen and add you patch as a file.
Enter xen.spec.in and add your patch-file under upstreamable, you'll notice 
the pattern.

Go back to qubes-builder and run make vmm-xen, and the rest of the entries 
in $COMPONENTS in builder.conf.

( At this point you have rpm-files inside chroot-* in qubes-builder that 
you actually could install in dom0 instead of building a full ISO. )

make iso

please note that it will take a while.

On Friday, 26 March 2021 at 01:18:01 UTC+1 Zophikel wrote:

> Yesterday I filed an issue regarding hardware support for my HPZ800 and 
> Nehalem era cpu’s I was wondering how to build a custom qubes image/iso 
> where the following xenpatch 
> <https://github.com/xenserver/xen.pg/blob/XS-8.2.x/master/tweak-iommu-policy.patch#L38-L52>is
> included ?

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