on F34 (+XFCE Desktop) I installed the virtualization group and ran virt-manager to create a virtual machine with the F33-Server ISO, but it could not be accessed. The location of the ISO was a fuse-mount of a NTFS partition. So I tried a new file from ~/Downloads and I saw the owner and group was changed to “qemu” by virt-manager but it still had permission problems. So I let virt-manager “fix” that when it asked. And it worked now. But the permissions for my $HOME changed:
drwx–x—+ 1 patrick patrick 486 15. Apr 02:40 …
What does this “+” mean? Is it safe to keep that change or should I try to change it back?