OK, you inspired me to try harder to build it from source -- turns out on
both fedora 25 and 26 `uname -r` doesn't match the kernel src installed by
kernel-devel, once I fixed that it builds and installs and appears to work.
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 1:08 PM, Bruno Wolff III <br...@wolff.to> wrote:
> 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:
> cd WireGuard/src
> make clean all
> make install
> 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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