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You're asking several questions in one - it would be generally better to ask those separately.

1.) you can ignore the "old" fc26 kernels. They will disappear once you update your fc28 with new kernels. No worries at all.

2.) I have seen many users fail to install VirtualBox (the proprietary version from virtualbox website/repo) because they are missing dependencies that VirtualBox needs. To install those dependencies, run the following command:

dnf install binutils gcc make patch libgomp glibc-headers glibc-devel kernel-headers kernel-devel dkms

(As @genodeftest said, Gnome Boxes and virt-manager are open-source and work out-of-the-box in Fedora. Give it a shot!

3.) IPVanish, you would have to provide more information. What did you do, what does not work.

You're asking several questions in one - it would be generally better to ask those separately.

1.) you can ignore the "old" fc26 kernels. They will disappear once you update your fc28 with new kernels. No worries at all.

2.) I have seen many users fail to install VirtualBox (the proprietary version from virtualbox website/repo) because they are missing dependencies that VirtualBox needs. To install those dependencies, run the following command:

dnf install binutils gcc make patch libgomp glibc-headers glibc-devel kernel-headers kernel-devel dkms

(As @genodeftest said, Gnome Boxes and virt-manager are open-source and work out-of-the-box in Fedora. Give it a shot!shot!)

3.) IPVanish, you would have to provide more information. What did you do, what does not work.

You're asking several questions in one - it would be generally better to ask those separately.

1.) you can ignore the "old" fc26 kernels. They will disappear once you update your fc28 with new kernels. No worries at all.

2.) I have seen many users fail to install VirtualBox (the proprietary version from virtualbox website/repo) because they are missing dependencies that VirtualBox needs. To install those dependencies, run the following command:

dnf install binutils gcc make patch libgomp glibc-headers glibc-devel kernel-headers kernel-devel dkms

Then run again your sudo /sbin/vboxconfig command.

(As @genodeftest said, Gnome Boxes and virt-manager are open-source and work out-of-the-box in Fedora. Give it a shot!)

3.) IPVanish, you would have to provide more information. What did you do, what does not work.

You're asking several questions in one - it would be generally better to ask those separately.

1.) you can ignore the "old" fc26 kernels. They will disappear once you update your fc28 with new kernels. No worries at all.

2.) I have seen many users fail to install VirtualBox (the proprietary version from virtualbox website/repo) because they are missing dependencies that VirtualBox needs. needs, for example to build kernel modules. To install those dependencies, run the following command:

sudo dnf install binutils gcc make patch libgomp glibc-headers glibc-devel kernel-headers kernel-devel dkms

Then run again your sudo /sbin/vboxconfig command.

(As @genodeftest said, Gnome Boxes and virt-manager are open-source and work out-of-the-box in Fedora. Give it a shot!)

3.) IPVanish, you would have to provide more information. What did you do, what does not work.