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  1. #91
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    Re: Oracle VirtualBox installation script

    Quote Originally Posted by glennzo
    Is the Fedora machine running the newest available kernel?
    Yes it is running Kernel 4.11.12-100.fc24.x86_64 which I believe is the last for F24.
    Virtual box is 5.1.26 r117224.

    These are the same as are on my Laptop which allowed me to install Win2k
    Robert :)
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    Re: Oracle VirtualBox installation script

    If the kernel module isn't present, at least dkms, and maybe kernel-devel aren't installed. You probably need to manually download and install dependencies since this is F24.

    dd_wizard

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    Re: Oracle VirtualBox installation script

    Quote Originally Posted by dd_wizard
    If the kernel module isn't present, at least dkms, and maybe kernel-devel aren't installed. You probably need to manually download and install dependencies since this is F24.

    dd_wizard
    Hi dd_wizard
    When I run one of the lines in the 'F22 and up' script it doesn't find kernel-devel and dkms.

    Code:
    [root@PANTRY ~]# dnf install kernel-devel-$(uname -r) gcc qt qt-x11 libpng15 libXmu libXt libvpx compat-libvpx1 dkms SDL
    
    Last metadata expiration check: 1:29:05 ago on Mon Sep 25 15:43:18 2017.
    No package kernel-devel-4.11.12-100.fc24.x86_64 available.
    Package gcc-6.3.1-1.fc24.x86_64 is already installed, skipping.
    Package qt-1:4.8.7-18.fc24.i686 is already installed, skipping.
    Package qt-1:4.8.7-18.fc24.x86_64 is already installed, skipping.
    Package qt-x11-1:4.8.7-18.fc24.i686 is already installed, skipping.
    Package qt-x11-1:4.8.7-18.fc24.x86_64 is already installed, skipping.
    Package libXmu-1.1.2-4.fc24.x86_64 is already installed, skipping.
    Package libXmu-1.1.2-4.fc24.i686 is already installed, skipping.
    Package libXt-1.1.5-3.fc24.x86_64 is already installed, skipping.
    Package libXt-1.1.5-3.fc24.i686 is already installed, skipping.
    Package libvpx-1.5.0-4.fc24.x86_64 is already installed, skipping.
    Package SDL-1.2.15-21.fc24.x86_64 is already installed, skipping.
    Error: Unable to find a match.
    How can I get those two packages?
    Last edited by robertdaleweir; 26th September 2017 at 01:28 AM.
    Robert :)
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    MoBo Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3 AMD760G AM3+ MicroATX
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    Re: Oracle VirtualBox installation script

    Top right of the forum page, click on "Fedora Project", click on "Fedora Build System (Koji)" near the bottom of the drop down menu. Search for kernel in the Koji window. Use "uname -r" in a terminal to find out which kernel you're using. Pick the kernel version that you got with "uname -r". Scroll down to the the correct archecture, then pick kernel-devel. I have a folder named RPMS that I use for rpms from Koji. Then search for dkms in Koji and download the most recent F24 dkms from Koji to the same directory. Open a terminal window in that directory and run "sudo dnf install ./kernel-devel* ./dkms*". Reboot and a virtualbox kernel module should be built. If your CPU activity runs high for 30 seconds or so, it did.

    dd_wizard

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    Re: Oracle VirtualBox installation script

    Quote Originally Posted by dd_wizard
    Top right of the forum page, click on "Fedora Project", click on "Fedora Build System (Koji)" near the bottom of the drop down menu. Search for kernel in the Koji window. Use "uname -r" in a terminal to find out which kernel you're using. Pick the kernel version that you got with "uname -r". Scroll down to the the correct archecture, then pick kernel-devel. I have a folder named RPMS that I use for rpms from Koji. Then search for dkms in Koji and download the most recent F24 dkms from Koji to the same directory. Open a terminal window in that directory and run "sudo dnf install ./kernel-devel* ./dkms*". Reboot and a virtualbox kernel module should be built. If your CPU activity runs high for 30 seconds or so, it did.

    dd_wizard
    Hi dd_wizard
    Thank you so much. I looked around the Web but I got a lot of 404 errors and had probelms fionding those two packages. Have a great day!
    Robert :)
    Kernel 4.11.12-100.fc24.x86_64 Gnome Software 3.20
    CPU AMD FX-6300 Six Core AM3+
    MoBo Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3 AMD760G AM3+ MicroATX
    Memory 8 Gigs Gskill Ripjaw DDR3-1333 PC-10666

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    Re: Oracle VirtualBox installation script

    It proceeds Object because of type-erasure which replaces all nonspecific types with Purpose. There is no way to determine at runtime what generic type was on condition that at compile-time.

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