On Wed, Jun 04, 2014 at 03:01:33PM +0200, Kalev Lember wrote:
> Windows. If GNOME Boxes, libvirt, etc. is installed by default
> remove it and install VirtualBox. That's not because I prefer VBox - I
> don't at all - but because Microsoft provides images for VBox and making
> them work nicely with libvirt is a hassle I can do without.
This is a very good use case, thanks for bringing this up.
Is there anything we could do to make it easier for you? I know
VirtualBox distributes their stuff upstream in rpm format, but compiles
parts of it (the kernel modules) after installation. Would it make it
easier to set up VirtualBox if we included the kernel-devel and gcc
packages in the default install?
Or alternately, can we make it so those provided VBox images _just work_
with our open virtualization software?
Fedora Project Leader