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Obviously the algorithm didn't work out, and I don't have time to develop a new one


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comment What's the right way to set “dynamic” PATH in bash? (for android sdk)
This looks like the most reasonable one.
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comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@StéphaneChazelas Please put your comments as an answer, thanks!
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comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@slm I got it, root user reads /var/run/libvirt/libvirt-sock, but normal user reads a different sock located in /run/. Problem solved.
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comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@StéphaneChazelas where is that xmlstartlet command, or what package it belongs to ..? I couldn't find it ;-( not in libxml2 at least
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comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@slm Yes with sudo it worked. The prompt from virsh is pretty confusing, it shows a virsh # even for non-privileged user. But I'm already in libvirt group, the virsh list command should work (I can start virt-manager and control those KVM without sudo)
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comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@StéphaneChazelas I started a KVM machine from virt-manager, but virsh list --all shows nothing, am I wrong?
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