WebODM in terminal ubunutu failed

webodm failed in terminal under ubuntu

but in super user mode (sudo) that’s ok!

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You might beneift by adding your user to the docker group so it inherits the docker group’s permissions.

This should work on your platform:

sudo usermod -aG docker $USER

You can verify it was set with this:

id $USER | grep docker

It should not return empty.

Hi! Saijin,

i write in the terminal:

sudo usermod -aG docker $USER

WebODM failed after ($ cd WebODM and $ ./webodm.sh start)

I suppose USER=francois

so i try : sudo usermod -aG docker $francois

and same error

I don’t try : ```
id $USER | grep docker

Sorry again but using terminal with linux is not clear for me :face_with_diagonal_mouth:

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Ah, okay.

Try this and post the screenshot of what your terminal looks like:

sudo usermod -aG docker francois

Then, try this and screenshot what your terminal looks like:

id francois | grep docker

yes I try…

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You will now need to logout and log back in, or reboot for the group change to take effect.

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Perfect! :white_check_mark:

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Happy processing!

Please stop by #the-showroom to show everyone what you’re working on!

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