Hi, I am currently trying to instell VirtualBox on my Fedora 34.
I am using the following guide:
Now, in step 2, it says the following:
VirtualBox installation required kernel source code to install required modules, So we need to configure environment variable KERN_DIR to which VirtualBox get kernel source code. In my case latest kernel source is available in 4.16.5-300.fc28.x86_64 directory under /usr/src/kernels/ . Make sure you are using correct source path.
I know what my kernel thing (I’m sorry if I’m insulting your IT passion with my noobness) is called by using uname -r (correct me if I’m wrong).
Therefore, I insert my result with the 4.16.5-300.fc28.x86_64 from the guide.
But I don’t know what the path is. The one that is /usr/src/kernels/ in the guide.
No idea on this one. When I install a VM I set the networking to bridged. Not sure why. It is just the way I’ve always done it. It works, so I never give it a second thought. I will say that I have no VM’s on any strictly wireless hosts. All hosts are hard wired.