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vboxctrl(1)						    Linux System Administration 					       vboxctrl(1)

vboxctrl - control vbox functions SYNOPSIS
vboxctrl [{-c | -r}] {-a | -n | -p | -j} [-s spool] vboxctrl -v DESCRIPTION
vboxctrl controls a number of vbox functions. The user's password is asked before performing the requested action. OPTIONS -c, --create Creates a control file. -r, --remove Removes a control file (default). -n, --answernow Control file "vboxctrl-answernow". -a, --answerall Control file "vboxctrl-answerall". -p, --stop Control file "vboxctrl-stop". -j, --reject Control file "vboxctrl-reject". -s, --spooldir Spooldirectory in which to create/remove control files. -v, --version Displays package version. -h, --help Displays a usage message. The spool directory is taken from one of the following: 1 the default builtin value 2 The value of the environment variable VBOXSPOOL, if set. 3 The directory of the command line option "--spooldir". SEE ALSO
vbox(1), vboxd(8) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Paul Slootman <>, for Debian GNU/Linux and isdn4linux. ISDN 4 Linux 3.13 2002/10/15 vboxctrl(1)

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vboxrc(5)						    Linux System Administration 						 vboxrc(5)

vboxrc - user config file for vbox Description Every user can save settings in ~/.vboxrc. Everything after "#" is ignored, as are empty lines. All arguments must be separated by whitespace (spaces, tabs). Arguments may not con- tain whitespace. These keywords are allowed: USERNAME PASSWORD Username and password for vboxd login. These settings are used by vbox and vboxctrl. If they are missing, you have to enter them at runtime. VOLUME Default volume for vbox. C_BACKGROUND Background color. C_STATUSBAR Color for normal text in the status bar. C_STATUSBAR_HL Color for highlighted text in the status bar. C_POWERLED_ON Color for powerled (on). C_POWERLED_OFF Color for powerled (off). C_STATUSLED_ON Color for statusled (on). C_STATUSLED_OFF Color for statusled (off). C_LIST Color for list of messages. C_LIST_SELECTED Color for selected entry in the list of messages. C_INFOTEXT Color for info texts in the message list. All color settings have the format TEXTCOLOR:BACKGROUNDCOLOR. You may not use whitespace. These colors are available for TEXTCOLOR: BLACK RED GREEN BROWN BLUE MAGENTA CYAN GRAY DARKGREY LIGHTRED LIGHTGREEN YELLOW LIGHTBLUE LIGHTMAGENTA LIGHTCYAN WHITE These colors are available for BACKGROUNDCOLOR: BLACK RED GREEN BROWN BLUE MAGENTA CYAN GREY FILES
~/.vboxrc this configuration file /usr/doc/isdnutils/examples/vboxrc an example SEE ALSO
vbox(1) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Andreas Jellinghaus <>, for Debian GNU/Linux and isdn4linux. ISDN 4 Linux 3.13 2000/09/15 vboxrc(5)

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