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Old 22nd September 2017, 01:50 PM
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Question KVM Permission issues - file system share

I have a VM running in KMV using Virt-manager to manage it.

The system has a Filesystem share to a folder on the host. Settings are as follows:
Quote:
Type: mount
Driver is Default
Mode is Passthrough
Source is /MyTemp
Target path is share
fstab has the following line
Code:
share /mnt 9p trans=virtio,version=9p2000.L,rw  0 0
When the machine starts up I can browse the Filesystem share that is mounted to /mnt but I cannot open any files or same new ones. The system admin has access to the files but not the user that has logged on.

How do I fix this i.e. have the Filesytem share mounted so that this can be read and written to by any user?
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