Typically, as the primary user, and a user in wheel, I can run rpm-ostree without sudo.
However, it appears after adding packages for kerberos login, im seeing some inconsistencies. The packages I added are:
When ever I login to a new session, I get this popup:
I get this same popup whenever I try to run rpm-ostree without sudo, which was previously not an issue.
I also see a warning/error in rpm-ostree status:
State: idle warning: Failed to query journal: couldn't find current boot in journal AutomaticUpdates: stage; rpm-ostreed-automatic.timer: no runs since boot Deployments: ● ostree://fedora:fedora/33/x86_64/silverblue Version: 33.20210208.0 (2021-02-08T00:58:46Z) BaseCommit: 655b20930843360a5945a2711de72d9085b94a05a627d.. GPGSignature: Valid signature by 963A2BEB02009608FE67EA4249FD.. LayeredPackages: fedora-workstation-repositories kmod-nvidia oddjob oddjob-mkhomedir samba-common-tools xorg-x11-drv-nvidia ...
It is important to note that initially, after adding the packages, my primary/local user lost access to “sudo” entirely. While my /etc/group file looks standard (for silverblue), and my primary/local user account is in wheel, I was not able to use sudo for any task, and there for was heavily restricted on my system after adding the kerberos packages. I had to rd.break and update root since I had not previously configured a root password. Then I manually added my local/primary user directly to suderos. Now, I can run sudo, but as I said, some permissions appear to be “off” considering I am getting the authentication pop-up for upgrades for “Administrator”/root user instead of for my local/primary user.
So, I suspect something is wrong with “wheel” after adding the kerberos packages. Is someone aware how I can fix these permissions when the kerberos packages are present?