I need help to modify the Q4.1 installer ISO file. I did learn how to pack & unpack isos. That is fine. The idea is a new install on a larger SSD of Q4.1 instead of risky "upgarde" tentatives that finish less clean. (benefit: if it fails I can go back to running Q4.0)
1) I naïvely placed a new kernel in /extrakernels but that does not seem to impress the boot-loader. I find no way to select which kernel to boot. 2) Then I tried to boggle with grub.cfg -- no succes either. 3) I wonder if I can copy the vmlinuz and initrd file from my (working) Q4.0 and simply overwrite the corresponding files in /isolinux? Subquestion: initrd-5.10.90-1.fc32.qubes.img has 77M, my Q4.0 initrd file only 23M. That sounds weird... Each test means: open case, remove ssd, put ssd, test Q4.1 install (it fails), reopen case, put all back, but then BIOS does no longer recognise UEFI, so boot a life debian, go to a ethernetcable, install efiboomgr, repair UEFI, reboot good'ol qubes -- restart. I lost hours and start to get desparate .... please help! -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "qubes-users" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to qubes-users+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/qubes-users/bd075c2f-bfbd-9004-868c-dd099c8dfa34%40web.de.