If you’re using Vagrant on Fedora box then chances are you use
sudo to bring
up the box every time. I could see two problems with that:
sudoto bring up the box, the box gets re-downloaded, now as privileged user. This, unless you’ve copied the box yourself to the home directory of privileged user.
To get rid of this is very trivial and the documentation for Container Development Kit on Red Hat Customer Portal explains this very nicely!
To put it even more shortly, all you need to do is:
$ sudo dnf install vagrant-libvirt-doc $ sudo cp /usr/share/vagrant/gems/doc/vagrant-libvirt-0.0.30/polkit/10-vagrant-libvirt.rules /etc/polkit-1/rules.d $ sudo systemctl restart libvirtd $ sudo systemctl restart polkit
The path under
/usr/share/vagrant/gems/doc/ is dependent on the
vagrant-libvirt-doc installed on your system.
That’s it. Now you can play with Vagrant commands without having to bother
sudo route. :)