My question is: Does <NEW_TEMPLATE> , in the instructions, mean the disposable template, ie fedora-37-dvm or the base template, fedora-37?
I’m sure in the past I’ve run that command with fedora-xx-dvm as the <NEW_TEMPLATE> and it’s worked properly but I just ran it and it did not change the dvm that sys-usb runs on.
Fortunately it just left it the same as before and restarted it so I did not lose access - my keyboard and mouse use sys-usb.
The documentation makes it look like by <NEW_TEMPLATE> they mean fedora-37, but I’m wary of trying it.
If you would use GUi, things would be much easier. Clone sys-usb-36, name it sys-usb-37 and base it on fedora-37-dm. Attach the same USB-controller to it and set autostart. Update RPC polices with the new sys-usb-37 names, so you could access your mouse and keyboard.