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Re: virtualization

From: Gottfried
Subject: Re: virtualization
Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2022 08:06:06 +0000

Am 24.09.22 um 23:05 schrieb Gottfried:
Am 23.09.22 um 21:53 schrieb Vagrant Cascadian:
On 2022-09-23, wrote:
I installed a VM software and I added libvirt and virtualization in my
config.scm file (see below)
    (users (cons* (user-account
                    (name "gfp")
                    (comment "Gfp")
                    (group "users")
                    (home-directory "/home/gfp")
                      '("wheel" "netdev" "audio" "video")))
              (service libvirt-service-type
                        (unix-sock-group "libvirt")
                        (tls-port "16555"))))
It seems I don't have the rights to start libvirt.

How can I now solve the problem?
Any thoughts?

I would add your user the to group you configure libvirt-service-type
with, e.g. "libvirt" ... or configure libvirt-service-type with a
different group that your user is already a part of.

live well,

I added my user to the group "libvirt", but it didn't help. It gives the same error message.
May be something else?


it is very strange.

I added my user"gfp" to the group "libvirt" and checked it yesterday,
and I was added into that group.

It was through the command:
sudo usermod -a -G libvirt gfp

But today, when I checked it again,
I was not in the group "libvirt"

How can that be?

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