Is KVM enabled in the RancherOS Kernel?

From https://github.com/rancher/vm

First, ensure Docker and KVM are both installed on your system. Follow the distribution-specific instructions to ensure KVM works. We only require KVM to be enabled in the kernel. We do not need any user space tools like qemu-kvm or libvirt.

Obviously Docker is installed in RancherOS, but is KVM enabled in the kernel?
If not, how do you get RancherOS setup to host RancherVM?

From https://github.com/rancher/vm

You can run RancherVM on RancherOS. If you are running RancherOS 0.3.1 or later, KVM is already enabled in the kernel

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Thank you. I missed that in there.