I can't seem to find any documentation on the subject. I'm working on putting together a linux install for a fairly "dirty" environment. Best practice there would be a statically compiled kernel with no module support. I can already do the customizations to strip out unnecessary drivers/etc to get the performance and disable module support. Does anyone have a link or any ideas on how to get the Oracle Virtualbox module (not the OSE one, I need USB passthrough) compiled in?
I seriously doubt they do provide this, nor that they would see it worth the effort to create such version of the driver. That's because hardly anyone would benefit from a built-in version, because it requires much more complicated building procedure (must be done together building the whole kernel, which has to be patched beforehand). For the dev team, it is also easier to maintain a module version.