Check out example codes for "where is /dev/kvm". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.
Code Example 1
This is how I got it to work in Ubuntu 18.04 1. Install qemu-kvm $sudo apt install qemu-kvm 2. Add your user to kvm group using: $sudo adduser <Replace with username> kvm 3.If still showing permission denied: $ sudo chown <Replace with username> /dev/kvm This works!
Code Example 2
first install dependecies of kvm from android studio site then execute following command Add your user to kvm group using: sudo adduser $USER kvm If still showing permission denied: sudo chown $USER /dev/kvm
Code Example 3
To check the ownership of /dev/kvm use ls -al /dev/kvm The user was root, the group kvm. To check which users are in the kvm group, use grep kvm /etc/group This returned kvm:x:some_number: on my system: as there is nothing rightwards of the final :, there are no users in the kvm group. To add your user to the kvm group, you could use sudo adduser $USER kvm
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