Post by Klaus Jantzen Post by Georgi Naplatanov Post by Klaus Jantzen
I am trying to run VB 16.1.14 r140239 on my laptop under Debian Buster.
After sucessfully signing vboxdrv, vboxnetflt and vboxnetadp I
installed the extension package.
Now I have to additionally sign vboxpci.
However, this module was not installed. Where do I get it from?
I use Virtualbox 6.1 on my computer without any problems.
I don't understand what your problem is.
I have added the following line to /etc/apt//sources.list
deb https://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian buster contrib
My problem is not the installation of VB.
After the installation I defined a Windows10-machine. When I start
this machine VB indicates that the kernel driver ist not installed
and recommends to run '/sbin/vboxconfig'.
vboxconfig request the signing of four modules, one of them is
vboxpci. And this module has not been installed.
So I wonder where I can find this module.
Honestly, Klaus Jantzen, neither do I understand what you are talking about. First: VB
version 16.1.14 r140239 does not exist. Do you mean version 6.1.14?Did you get it from
here:http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/6.1.14/ ?Get the .deb file and install it the
Debian way. WHen you stat VBox then it asks you to download and install the extension
kit, which is downloaded by Virtualbox itself. Then get yourself the GuestEditions iso.
After you installed Windos-10 on the virtual machine insert the CD or the USB-stick with
the GuestEditions and run VirtualBox-6.1.14-140239-Win.exe
On Linux Guests I usually use the loop device to mount the GuestAdditions iso. But on
There is nothing to "sign" and no extra modules to install - no vboxdrv, vboxnetflt and
vboxnetadp and especially no vboxpci.
Hope that helpsCheersEike
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