On Tue, Aug 08, 2017 at 12:58:58 -0700,
adam souzis <a...@souzis.com> wrote:
The bad news is I was unable to get Wireguard working on either CentOS 7,
Fedora 26 or Fedora 25 (running these on AWS), it doesn't appear to be
installing the kernel module properly.
I run it on rawhide (Fedora 27 effectivel) by building from source.
I have a local clone of the git repo and do the following:
make clean all
That installs the kernel module in the running kernel. You'll need kernel-devel
installed and maybe kernel-headers. If you are updating the module, you will
want to stop wireguard and use rmmod wireguard to remove the existing module,
so the new one will get loaded (or reboot the system).
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