not sure why i never noticed this before, but even though updating
my fedora box keeps only the last three versions of the kernel, i have
a couple dozen /lib/modules directories each representing an older
version of the kernel going back to 4.11.12, and when i examine all
those old directories, they contain nothing but:

4.11.12-200.fc25.x86_64
│   └── misc
│       ├── vboxdrv.ko
│       ├── vboxnetadp.ko
│       ├── vboxnetflt.ko
│       └── vboxpci.ko

... etc etc ...

  i'm sure i'm safe to manually remove all those older /lib/modules,
but should i be surprised that they're even there? is there something
i can configure about virtualbox to not have it lock those old
directories in place?

rday
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