Hi, I’ve built a custom Qubes 4.1.0.iso with the latest kernel that allows me to install Qubes on my Intel 11th Gen laptop.
However, booting into the now installed Qubes USB stick, I get a pink screen ( on another laptop Qubes works, no pink screen, same USB stick ). You can find the .iso I built here: Qubes-R4.1.0-x86_64
Are there any packages for the latest kernel I missed while building it? Thank you =)
- Intel i7 11800H
- Nvidia RTX 3070 GPU
- Intel UHD Graphics
Here are the steps I used so far:
On Windows download Qubes 4.1.0 , as well as Qubes-kernel latest from https://qubes.notset.fr Use the earliest build.
Extract both .iso’s to somewhere on your computer, using 7zip to do so.
Take the newer kernel packages from Qubes-kernel-latest & put them into the 4.1.0 extracted packages folder:
As well as replace [BOOT], EFI, images, isolinux, & LiveOS folders
Install Fedora onto a USB.
Use the command createrepo --update ( directory to extracted qubes 4.1.0 )
You can create persistance on step 4, & take ownership of it for the extracted folder of 4.1.0.
Copy the repodata folder to a USB.
Go to Windows, delete, then update your extracted 4.1.0 installations repodata with the one from Step 5.
Download, then use Imgburn to create an iso from a folder, using the extracted 4.1.0 folder.
Install Ventoy to a USB, making it UEFI, then copy your new custom Qubes installation .iso to it.
Restart, & boot from the Ventoy USB, then choose your .iso from the list.
So anything I missed for Qubes to use the updated kernel? Thank you! =)