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I don't mean to sound rude here, but the answer is very obvious. On the site, you see 2 GIANT red buttons. One says All arch deb package , and the other says APT INSTALL . Just click the APT INSTALL button and wait for it to do it's thing. That easy..
VMPlayer 5 is really, really old. Current version is 12. You will be well served by downloading the current version, do you need a link to the correct address.
The patch is a difference file between two versions of kernel code. The green lines in which + symbols are there are the one to be added and red lines with - symbols are the one to be removed. You can put these into a .patch file and use patch command to path it. This should help you using patch command: ...
In most cases and probably in your case you will need to build a custom kernel. Some modules can be built separately, but I am afraid not in this case. But building a kernel is no that hard. You can do it this way: Install required packages sudo apt-get install git build-essential fakeroot kernel-package libncurses5-dev libssl-dev ccache You may need ...
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