Update: I can use newer kernels if I remove device "Realtek Semiconductor 
Co., Ltd. RTS525A PCI Express Card Reader" from sys-usb VM.
If it _is_ attached to that VM, the entire computer crashes upon sys-usb 
start (when newer kernels are in use, it is fine with [very] old ones). 

So I guess not having the card reader is my solution towards upgrading to 

On Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at 1:51:39 PM UTC+2 haa...@web.de wrote:

> Dear Marek,
> >> kernel testing would be so much easier if the xen.cfg would allow an
> >> option like default=menuselect
> >> to get a boot menu -- instead of
> >> Maybe such a function exists already? If not that would be a feature
> >> request!
> >
> > That's the main reason why Qubes 4.1 doesn't use xen.cfg at all. There
> > is standard grub, where you have menu, editor etc.
> >
> Brilliant. And I'd love to re-install 4.1 for that. But the 5.x kernel
> on the iso fails either on boot, or at latest while install... is there
> a grub on the 4.1-iso as well? (i.e. possibility to manually add a
> kernel like 4.19?) If so: is the procedure explained somewhere? 'Cause
> grub-hacking is very unpleasant, as well :) Thank you, Bernhard

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