Libvirt permissions using facl instead of groups

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Is there a way to use facl to specifically grant permission to all the files/dirs that libvirt needs instead of using groups? 

I am automating the install of libvirt and would like to be able to use it without sudo or having to logout/login. I have done a similar thing on a docker install using setfacl but was wondering if someone can point me to the specific kvm/libvirt places I need to grant and the privileges.

Thank you for any help!

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