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It looks like for some reason it fails to copy thing over to
/private/etc/sudoers.d/zzzzz-rancher-desktop-lima
. Can you confirm if the following path does exist?
/private/etc/sudoers.d/
c
Thanks! It does not exist:
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ls -al /private/etc/sudo
sudo_lecture  sudoers
Any idea what I should fix? I assume just creating is not the best idea, there must be a reason why it does not exist yet. @calm-sugar-3169
c
is you account a non-admin (non sudoer) account?
c
I’m on Mac, this is the only account here. I can execute sudo commands after I enter my password.
c
ok, I’m not 100% sure why your account is not part of sudoers but maybe you can try this? https://zwbetz.com/add-your-account-as-a-sudoer-on-mac/
they should create you the path that does not currently exist
c
If I am using
su nielskorschinsky
, it does work. Therefore I am a admin account.
I will also investigate why
sudoers.d
does not exist.
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I created the dir myself. I will try to restart rancher
It seems to have worked, thanks for your help!
(still starting)
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Everything good now 👍
c
Awesome, enjoy 🙂
s
I've seen same thing. Fixed with sudo mkdir /private/etc/sudoers.d. I've found some mac admins talking about a change in 13.3 where it no longer has that sudoers.d dir.
c
@salmon-guitar-13341 That’s interesting that the
/private/etc/sudoers.d
doesn’t exist on ventura, @clever-agency-43752 can you confirm if you are also using ventura too?
@rapid-eye-50641 should this be documented?
in either case, I will go ahead and create an issue, we can either fix it or document it.
c
sorry the link won’t open 😐
s
bad link, but let me show contents...
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I believe the fix would go in
pkg/rancher-desktop/backend/lima.ts
c
I went ahead and created https://github.com/rancher-sandbox/rancher-desktop/issues/4377 feel free to add anything that I may have missed. Thanks
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c
Hi, sorry for my late reply. It is working now and I am on MacOs 13.3 Ventura
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