I Broke My Media Volume

Does it work yet?

Image?

If you can see this, it means I figured out how to solve the problem with my nginx container being unable to read the media volume from my Django/Wagtail container.

disable_chat_files.png

From my nginx logs:

2022/05/10 00:01:28 [error] 34#34: *4 open() "/app/media/images/disable_chat_files.width-800.png" failed (13: Permission denied), client: 69.162.230.182, server: averyuslaner.com, request: "GET /media/images/disable_chat_files.width-800.png HTTP/2.0", host: "averyuslaner.com", referrer: "https://averyuslaner.com/i-broke-my-media-volume/"

The static and media volumes are mounted to /app inside the nginx container. Their permissions:

root@e7b004ccbbb5:/# ls …

(Failing to) Run a VM on Fedora 35 with the Framework Laptop

An attempt to run a Parrot OS VM on Fedora 35 by any means necessary.

Virt-Manager (QEMU/KVM)

The first blocker encountered during setup of my Parrot OS VM is that the VM creation wizard reports that it "Failed to find a suitable default network."

Virt-Manager netword device

If I ignore the problem and attempt to hit finish, it tells me it is "Unable to complete install: 'internal error: No <source> 'bridge' attribute specified with <interface type='bridge'/>'".

I'm not entirely sure what device name it's looking for but I'll try …