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Kernel 5.0.8 breaks VB

And yet AGAIN Fedora breaks VirtualBox after kernel upgrade.

What good is an operating system like Fedora when it breaks applications that they fully understand will happen because it always happens, and all those people who use VirtualBox have to try to find a fix?

It's absolutely ridiculous. It would make more sense if the experts at Fedora forbid VirtualBox installation as well as many other applications. At least users would understand that a different distro would be a better choice as opposed to having to try to find a fix or reload Fedora.

I really don't care what anyone has to say or Fedora for that matter. I'm sick of being told, "Oh, we don't maintain that."