virt-manager vm console requires password

I have just started learning foreman. I added a KVM host to the foreman as a compute resource.

I can now provision VMs from foreman now but I cannot view the console of the VMs that are provisioned from foreman as I am prompted for a password.

Console requesting password

I am now sure what is requesting this password? I search for a couple of days but did not find any related posts.

Cheers, J

virt-manager vm console requires password

I have just started learning foreman. I added a KVM host to the foreman as a compute resource.

I can now provision VMs from foreman now but I cannot view the console of the VMs that are provisioned from foreman as I am prompted for a password.

Console requesting password

I am now sure what is requesting this password? I search for a couple of days but did not find any related posts.

Cheers, J

Is it an inconvenience if my installation script requires a lot of reboots?

I’m writing a shell script that automatically installs some drivers and programs that depend on each other sequentially, which are required to run the main application. After each successful installation, the computer needs to reboot before the next program can be installed.

I have tried to make the script as easy to use as possible, for example the script automates the reboot process and deletes itself after completion. Once the script is executed, the user can basically grab a cup of coffee and chill for 15 minutes until it is completed.

Still, I’m concerned about whether it will make a difference in the user’s decision to install the main app if the script didn’t require those restarts.

Kali Linux on VM requires special Kernel to run (Lenovo Thinkpad)

I’ve tried with a 64 and 32 bit ISO file with Kali Linux on a Debian 64 bit Virtual Machine. It still isn’t working cause of it saying that I’m not using the appropriate Kernel, current version is Kali Linux 32 bit with the pictures.

Please try looking at the pictures as there will be a lot of useful information for just you solving it.

1st picture is the error message that i’m getting with Kali Linux, I’m running on a Debian 32 bit with a Kali Linux 32 bit ISO file Virtual box settings 1 Virtual box settings 2 Pc Specs 1 Pc Specs 2

I would really appreciate an answer cause of this being my only computer.

Does relocation/teleportation while hidden requires a new Stealth check

I’ve been looking around, and from what I understand, the Stealth rules seems to be kind of a sore point in DnD/Pathfinder systems.

What I’m getting at will requires two separate questions I haven’t been able to find an answer to:

I’m mostly a Dex characters player, and thus have experimented a few builds (mainly Rogues. Strange, I know), one of which was a Sniper inspired from this thread. Its major draws are that Stealth protect you effectively from most attack (most Dex builds I’ve made being squishy but having insane Reflex saves to escape AoE) and allows a Rogue to Sneak Attack and deal massive amounts of damage.

I couldn’t locate the rule about the enchanted weapon used there, so I settled for a crouched crossbow and a bunch of feats to alleviate the -20 to Stealth check after firing. Main drawback is, it’s really hard to hide again once you’ve been spotted, and things tend to get ugly when a close range character manages to reach your vincinity (Hello, big mean DR regenerating barbarian wielding a huge axe).

The fact that you need to be lying down to reduce the Stealth penalty means you need to get up before beginning to run, causing mobility problem. And the build requires a crossbow or a firearm – the former being incredibly inferior to longbow and the latter rarely allowed.

I was looking into interactions between Shadowdancers and Rogue Snipers for obvious reasons: the Shadowdancer have the Hide in Plain Sight feat, which allows to make a Stealth check once you’ve been spotted (and strangely does not indicate any kind of malus to your check regarding the fact you’re in sight) and the Shadow Jump, for quick relocation/escape.

A teleporting sneaky sniper seems an interesting prospect, but I have two questions (other one here):

If I am to relocate/use a supernatural ability allowing teleportation while stealthing, do I need to make another Stealth checks?

The common agreement seems to be “new Stealth check on conditions change”, which would probably apply here – even though using a supernatural ability does not usually require verbal/somatic components, and a relocation is not a movement.

I’m looking for RAW answers, though I suppose some DMs would be more or less lenient regarding this particular use.

How to fix the “Overlapping accesses to ‘self’, but modification requires exclusive access; consider copying to a local variable” error in my code?

I can’t continue with my app and I can’t test run it because something is wrong in my code that I don’t know how to fix! Here is the code:

import Foundation  extension Array {     mutating func shuffle() {         if count < 2 { return }         for i in 0..<(count - 1) {             let j = Int(arc4random_uniform(UInt32(count - i))) + i              customSwap(a: &self[i], b: &self[j])         }     } }  func customSwap<T>(a:inout T, b:inout T) {     let temp = a     a = b     b = temp } 

Extending Galois theory: Finding all additional operations requires to possibly express roots of all polynomials of a certain degree?

While doing an iota worth of digging into deceivingly basic introductions to Galois theory I had this wild thought, since one of the areas it’s helpful in is to prove that certain polynomials can’t have their roots expressed using a certain set of operations, then how about if we focused our attention on whether we can find all other operations for which that would be possible? Would such set of those operations form a group and behave nicely? More importantly has this been studied before?

(I assume that there exists other operations than “take 5th root” for e.g., otherwise this is a very non-interesting question)

Update to Firefox requires administrator privilege

I have a Firefox update ready to install: 60.0.2. The message says, “This update requires administrator privileges”. I’m new to Mac and am used to Firefox just automatically updating itself on Windows and Linux. This Mac Mini workstation is a test platform to investigate converting our office from Windows to Mac. I do not want to give the users any admin passwords, nor do I, as admin, want to go to each and every workstation and manually permit updates to a browser.

Is there a way around this? (High Sierra)