-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 On Wed, Jul 06, 2022 at 11:15:45AM +0200, Bernhard wrote: > On 7/6/22 10:02, Demi Marie Obenour wrote: > > On Wed, Jul 06, 2022 at 12:27:11AM -0700, Peter Palensky wrote: > > > Same here. Only 4.x and 5.4.175 kernel works for me (Dell hardware :-( ). > > > I am afraid of losing that when updating... > > > > You see the 4.1 ISO contains an "extrakernels" folder (empty). The > question is: which files go there, and how modify the iso-boot procedure > so that one were allowed to select the kernel. Sounds like a reasonable > feature, no?
It does. > I failed on this: iso's are complicated, linux boot is complicated (and > therefore abstracted out into software). > > > Yeah, this really needs to be addressed. Would it be possible to > > bisect > > between kernels 5.4.x and 5.10.x to see what went wrong? The relevant > > git tags are signed by Linus Torvalds or Greg Kroah-Hartman, and their > > public keys are in the (signed) qubes-linux-kernel git repository.> > > but as far as my dell hardware is concerned, 5.4 kernels are already > unstable. I expect no gain from this! I guess adding the 4.19 > (extra)kernel to the iso is the least painful way to go. What about between bisecting between 4.19 and 5.4? The problem with staying on 4.19 is that eventually it will lose support upstream. Qubes is not RHEL, and we can't support an old kernel forever. That you cannot use your hardware on Linux 5.4+ is a bug, but without access to the hardware in question there is no way (that I am aware of) to figure out what the bug is so that it can be fixed. - -- Sincerely, Demi Marie Obenour (she/her/hers) Invisible Things Lab -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- iQIzBAEBCgAdFiEEdodNnxM2uiJZBxxxsoi1X/+cIsEFAmLFcnUACgkQsoi1X/+c IsGtZhAAyPLPFFD4mpyhPXy0BuKtUuqSqXw/TBp3TvLCp1YgAS/BbREd9V4k8iDb h3JGz+WmrymWRtoTfv+3Ia2V7MojMMColSFoMwSJblIS+ccg9BRokLajGIFD74RC p3+ZZX44fw5U7IZKB8Wf+g0izcI8lQAHgQFCBE9WDMELYPDd4SfDx4TTcz4pTxSy i6qJO9bDDtt48nMP/8QouxbMcxTU/QUMibjq4YArRdITJ99+fSCa99P1wd0mvSP2 wg1WntaV5Qu/dUkcb34gEu1d0JlxD10G6KSnPYn1F+C6jXKeY143njU9EP+e+gi5 tpFfoZK/cdt6QnEO2fs3KppDxSR5cOza1lgPz2keVcf/oR/SQxia76GBe4qJ+zZg a79uBn8AfAQ0WOtJ8dk+ElF09ZLJxDNmnByg7BV0DtocOcmMPeqpa6JF4p3jWSmf +0xZdm0Pq1h+3gxcCG/AqkZ2n8YkCxvDBL54t4g4RrFF+KL8Rhop73w66uAr1sYR uwu1yH3Yym5o+stCvT2DIRDTAO13MqwR4FUzuFRWINMYjFtmLHkzePyzZ31DPxWv GvULyMPDm6yL6wTaTg7sHYQhksQhNkQwBm75yn8++U1eFf8GkH5HU1uoJN5Ng4LN +DqbCxHrxJab/Fg+DG/I+VGeRT0wJPI7RwtOKMAFV9nShnSh/7E= =3fn/ -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- -- 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/YsVydQTc4V4xpQqj%40itl-email.