Provisioning k3d fails on a Linux machine


You're on a Linux machine and provisioning k3d fails with a message like Cannot bind to reserved port 80.


By default, provisioning tries to use ports 80 and 433. On Linux, the ports are reserved to be used by a privileged user.


Use a custom port for the load balancer. For example, use the port 8080:

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kyma provision k3d -p 8080:80@loadbalancer -p 8443:443@loadbalancer

Alternatively, execute the kyma provision k3d command with sudo privileges.