I wanted to try out kernel-plus on centos 8 since it's either that or default kernel.

However the headers conflicts with default headers and won't install (necessary since I use virtualbox)

Trying to remove kernel-headers threatens to destroy my system, however, removing every kernel I have among other things

Is this for some reason purposely broken? As I get the sense CentOS only wants you to use the default kernel. Or is there a workaround?

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