Public bug reported:

In bug 1804766 we tracked enabing more opengl features - that included
enabling it as well as some virt-aa-helper code that adds rendernodes if
needed.

As expected different use cases of opengl expose more apparmor denied.
lets track fix and upstream those.

I'm planning to also use mdev passthrough, but that will be another bug.
Testcase for now will be
1. download an ubuntu desktop image
2. install that iso to a new guest with virt manager
3. shut down guest
4. enable opengl (need to set spice port to local as well)
x. iterate issues until the guest is running
y. ensure the graphical UI is usable on the gl enabled spice port

** Affects: libvirt (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: Triaged

** Changed in: libvirt (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Triaged

** Description changed:

  In bug 1804766 we tracked enabing more opengl features - that included
  enabling it as well as some virt-aa-helper code that adds rendernodes if
  needed.
  
  As expected different use cases of opengl expose more apparmor denied.
  lets track fix and upstream those.
  
  I'm planning to also use mdev passthrough, but that will be another bug.
  Testcase for now will be
  1. download an ubuntu desktop image
  2. install that iso to a new guest with virt manager
  3. shut down guest
  4. enable opengl (need to set spice port to local as well)
  x. iterate issues until the guest is running
+ y. ensure the graphical UI is usable on the gl enabled spice port

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  more apparmor denials for opengl usage

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