I got triggered cause there can be only 1 KVM MASTER
It's weird that you're attempting to take the KVM Master role with a GUI install
Why is that any more weird? The CLI is still there to be used, but as far as a tool goes, a GUI is just another one. . .
It's wasted resources. I'd think the KVM Master would be as efficient as possible.
If a tool is needed, why would it be wasted resources? I get what you are trying to get at here, but a tool is a tool is a tool.
If you need a GUI to do something (whatever it is) and it's the best approach "you" know then why bash the tool?
So my old users who say they can't operate a computer shouldn't learn the right way to file things digitally. We should be okay with her using paper because she understands that? I understand what you're saying, but how far down that rabbit hole do we go?
Why would your user be the administrator of the computer? Why are CLI's the golden child tool, and GUI's are the bastard tools?
My point is it's a tool to be used, why not use it if it's available?
It's just an argument for learning the most efficient/best way to do things. I have a lot of failures and some successes with my learning, but I am learning how to do things in the most efficient way I can.
We could start installing hyper-v as a role because i don't know powershell, but the reality is i should learn powershell to manage hyper-v anyway.
The argument is flawed though.
Tools are only meant to make the process efficient. You're stating that using a GUI is counter efficiency. Which in terms of resources required to use the GUI, makes sense.
But the GUI it's self is there to eliminate wasted time remembering powershell (and human error) by providing a button to start a specific VM etc.
That's what scripts are for... :-P