gpk-update-viewer - GNOME PackageKit Update Viewer
gpk-update-viewer [ --verbose ]
This manual page documents briefly the gpk-update-viewer command.
gpk-update-viewer allows you to view and select updates to install. the system.
This manual page was written by Richard Hughes <email@example.com>.
11 April,2008 GPK-UPDATE-VIEWER(1)
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virt-viewer - display the graphical console for a virtual machine
virt-viewer [OPTIONS] DOMAIN-NAME|ID|UUID
virt-viewer is a minimal tool for displaying the graphical console of a virtual machine. The console is accessed using the VNC protocol.
The guest can be referred to based on its name, ID, or UUID. If the guest is not already running, then the viewer can be told to wait until
is starts before attempting to connect to the console The viewer can connect to remote hosts to lookup the console information and then
also connect to the remote console using the same network transport.
The following options are accepted when running "virt-viewer":
Display command line help summary
Display program version number
Display information about the connection
-c URI, --connect=URI
Specify the hypervisor connection URI
Wait for the domain to start up before attempting to connect to the console
Automatically reconnect to the domain if it shuts down and restarts
Do not attempt to tunnel the console over SSH, even if the main connection URI used SSH.
To connect to the guest called 'demo' running under Xen
To connect to the guest with ID 7 running under QEMU
virt-viewer --connect qemu:///system 7
To wait for the guest with UUID 66ab33c0-6919-a3f7-e659-16c82d248521 to startup and then connect, also reconnecting upon restart of VM
virt-viewer --reconnect --wait 66ab33c0-6919-a3f7-e659-16c82d248521
To connect to a remote console using TLS
virt-viewer --connect xen://example.org/ demo
To connect to a remote host using SSH, lookup the guest config and then make a direct non-tunnelled connection of the console
virt-viewer --direct --connect xen+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/ demo
Written by Daniel P. Berrange, based on the GTK-VNC example program gvncviewer.
Report bugs to the mailing list "http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/et-mgmt-tools"
Copyright (C) 2007-2008 Red Hat, Inc, and various contributors. This is free software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms
of the GNU General Public License "http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html". There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
SEE ALSO virsh(1), "virt-manager(1)", the project website "http://virt-manager.org"
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