On Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 1:09:47 AM UTC+2 haa...@web.de wrote:

> > Which kernel version do you need to hold? You can update a subset of 
> > packages by giving them as arguments to qubes-dom0-update, but I would 
> > like to know what the forseeable problems are. 
> The reason is simple: all (!) 5.x xen kernels I tested so far 
> crash/freeze my system in less than 5 minutes, often only seconds (open 
> issue on github since 18 months). Therefore I keep a 4.19 kernel for xen 
> (only) -- until now the updater respected that: it installed some new 
> 5.x kernel and kernel-latest. Every single time, I bravely try them out, 
> and each time they crash: each time I can revert back to 4.19 by a 
> linux-life usb hack. 
> Last kernel update wants to remove my 4.19 kernel, and no way I can 
> accept that, given the history. ( again a curse on Intel and Dell for 
> their buggy hardware ). 
> best, Bernhard 
Same here (Dell XPS13). The only usable dom0 kernels are 4.x and 5.4.88 
(already gone :-0) and 5.4.175 (please let me keep that!).
Everything else either crashes dom0 (e.g., 5.15) or stalls sys-usb (e.g. 

It says "00:14.0 USB controller problem", might be a usb3.0 problem, tried 
various things, nothing helped, my BIOS has no option to disable xHCI.

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