On 10/04/18 21:57, Kai Stian Olstad wrote:
> On 10.04.2018 11:47, Richard Hector wrote:
>> I can't see how to use this at all without being root.
> 
> Add your user to the lxd group (your distro might use another group name
> for access)

I have no lxd group; I'm not using lxd. Lxc only. Perhaps this plugin
actually requires lxd? I suspect not, though; there's also an lxd plugin.

>> On 08/04/18 00:28, Richard Hector wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> I'm trying to use the lxc connection plugin, but it says that my
>>> container isn't running. Presumably that's because ansible isn't running
>>> as root. Is there a way to tell it to sudo before connecting?
> 
> You can run sudo ansible-playbook and/or sudo ansible.

Yes. I'd kind of rather not use root for the whole of
ansible(-playbook), but maybe it's necessary.

Thanks,
Richard

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