I have installed Debian 10 to a USB drive, and then morphed it into KickSecure. I installed and configured Whonix KVM and have both of the Gateway and Workstation VMs in running condition.
However, when I try to start the VMs with KickSecure in live mode, I get an error message that says:
Error starting domain: internal error: child reported (status=125): unable to set user and group to ‘64055:64055’ on ‘/var/lib/libvirt/images/Whonix-Gateway.qcow2’ : No space left on device
I am wondering if maybe since they are sparse files that whatever operation (I’m assuming chown) that is being performed on them is basically undoing the sparse-ness (for lack of a better term) and trying to fill up the drive with the full 100 gb of the image. The USB drive I am using is only a 32 GB so this could definitely result in no free space being left.
Otherwise I have no idea why it is doing this, because I can write information to the ramdisk. I even ‘touched’ an empty file in the same directory as the .qcow2 image to make sure it was not somehow related to the path.
Host OS: Debian 10.10 Buster morphed to KickSecure