I’m running a Ubuntu host. I had LXD installed and decided to move to Incus, so I ran
sudo lxd-to-incus (notice the sudo). Worked wonderfully!
However, now I can only access
incus as root. I’m assuming that this is because I used sudo in the
lxd-to-incus migration, and now I have a couple VMs so don’t really want to completely uninstall and install again. Was wondering if there was a way to switch the
incus install to be usable as my user instead of only root?
If I check permissions on
/var/lib/incus/ it’s definitely owned by root - I’m guessing that’s why I can’t run
incus as non-root.