Linux header and extra modules on ubuntu container from an open suse micro os host with mismatch kernel versions
I have an Open SUSE micro OS host with kernel
6.5.9-1-default and an Ubuntu 22.04 distrobox container.
I need to install the
linux-headers-$(uname -r) and
linux-modules-extra-$(uname -r) packages and the problem is that Ubuntu 22.04 at the time I’m writing doesn’t have these packages, their most recent kernel is 6.2.
So, how can I install these Linux headers and modules extra on my Ubuntu 22.04 container?
Ultimately, you’ll need to load your modules into the host kernel, so you need to build them with the host’s configuration exactly. Even finding a matching kernel in your Ubuntu container wouldn’t help, you need the headers matching the host’s kernel and configuration.
I don’t know whether micro OS even supports this, its web site is currently down for maintenance.