Clarify use of `pulp-consumer`
Documentation could be clearer about use of
pulp-consumer. While reading the Quick Start Guide it was not clear that
pulp-consumer must be run as root.
This fact is mentioned under the user-guide/consumer-client page of the docs, but other parts of the docs vacillate between using:
$ sudo pulp-consumer ...
or just plain
To make it clear, perhaps use:
# pulp-consumer ...
or preface every invocation shown in examples with
$ sudo pulp-consumer ....
#2 Updated by email@example.com over 3 years ago
Just found the note that the `#` symbol should be avoided , so I suppose that leaves the `$ sudo pulp-consumer ...` option
#3 Updated by bmbouter over 3 years ago
- Description updated (diff)
I think the user only need sudo for some actions with
pulp-consumerwhich is part of the confusion. I recommend adding a "Sphinx note" saying that if you get a permission denied to try it with sudo as general advice and have all command disinclude sudo in the examples.
I also rewrote the description a bit with more formatting.
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