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Is there a way to (manually) get VirtualBox to run with the 3.11 kernel?

I have updated to the latest, and VirtualBox no longer runs. There are no updated RPMs in either the VirtualBox repo, or rpmfusion-free for the new kernel.

When I try to start a VM, I get a message telling me that Linux kernel driver vboxdriver is not loaded, or trying to run

systemctl restart systemd-modules-load.service

This fails, because there is no current kmod-VirtualBox.

Is there a way around this until I can update with yum?

Is there a way to (manually) get VirtualBox to run with the 3.11 kernel?

I have updated to the latest, and VirtualBox no longer runs. There are no updated RPMs in either the VirtualBox repo, or rpmfusion-free for the new kernel.

When I try to start a VM, I get a message telling me that Linux kernel driver vboxdriver is not loaded, or trying to run

systemctl restart systemd-modules-load.service

This fails, because there is no current kmod-VirtualBox.

Is there a way around this until I can update with yum?

Is there a way to (manually) get VirtualBox to run with the 3.11 kernel?

I have updated to the latest, and VirtualBox no longer runs. There are no updated RPMs in either the VirtualBox repo, or rpmfusion-free for the new kernel.

When I try to start a VM, I get a message telling me that Linux kernel driver vboxdriver is not loaded, or trying to run

systemctl restart systemd-modules-load.service

This fails, because there is no current kmod-VirtualBox.

Is there a way around this until I can update with yum?