This is like National Treasure. One clue leads to another to another to another... It's never ending.
Cannot (for the life of me) install the VB Box Guest Additions. You would think with the tens of thousands of times this has been done it would be pretty straight forward. WHY IS THIS SO IMPOSSIBLY HARD!!!
I'm sorry, but honestly, this should be this hard to figure out. I can get it installed in Ubuntu, Mint, Endeavor, so forth and so on in less that 2 minutes. I've been working on this for 3 days now and clues keep leading to clues and it never ends.
This is my current problem: "This system is currently not set up to build kernel modules. Please install the Linux kernel "header" files matching the current kernel."
First off, why in the world would it NOT be set up to build kernel modules. Is this some big deep dark Manjaro secret that only the inner circle is allowed to know? Do I need to learn some secret hand shake or offer some special password to do this? And why in the world would I need to "build a kernel module" to install the VB Guest Additions. That seems absolutely stupid in my book.
I just want to install the Guest Additions so I can get a 1920x1080 screen resolution. Oh, don't fret, my issue is with Oracle as well. In who's infinite wisdom was it their idea that a 1920x1080 screen resolution should be excluded. That is probably without a doubt the most common resolutions in use today. I mean, SERIOUSLY!...
Anyway, if someone has a suggestion that can help I would certainly appreciate it.