Libvirt + Debian Live = Heart Attack

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Hi everyone!

I've built a Debian Live ISO with packages qemu and libvirt to run a VM in the live environment.

The guest images are placed in  /var/lib/libvirt/images and 2GB each.

Everything works great, except for one issue.

When starting a VM, libvirt automatically issues a chown command to the images, changing ownership.

This results in a copy of the images being created in

I don't want these copies to be made but can't stop it.

I've tried editing qemu.conf user/group, dynamic ownership etc. without any luck.

Is there a way to STOP libvirt from changing the ownership of these images?

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