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Re: [Qemu-discuss] send command into guest OS through QEMU

From: Wayne Huang
Subject: Re: [Qemu-discuss] send command into guest OS through QEMU
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2012 16:15:23 +0800

 I know QEMU Monitor can use some specific command

it's like a remote shell connect between Host and guest OS

I can submit arbitrary command to guest OS's shell (like ls, dmesg, cd...,etc)

I know some ppl said you can control guest OS by ssh or some socket program

but I want to use one program can send command to guest OS through
QEMU directly.

2012/2/9 Dong Xu Wang <address@hidden>:
> Do you mean sending monitor command?
> From http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/QEMU/Monitor:
> Using -monitor stdio will send the monitor to the standard output,
> this is most useful when using qemu on the command line.
> 2012/2/9 Wayne Huang <address@hidden>:
>> Dear Sir:
>>              I'm running varieties of OS on QEMU.
>>              When I need to execute some command in guest OS
>>              I need to connect to every guest separately, it take
>> efforts to do these actions
>>              so I wondered if there have a way that I can send
>> command from the Host to guest OS in QEMU (like a remote shell through
>> QEMU)
>>              or any ideas that I can add this function to my QEMU ?
>>              Thanks
>> --
>> Wei-Shiang Huang
>> Email: maximum.huang (at) gmail.com

Wei-Shiang Huang 黃韋翔
Institute of Computer Science and Engineering,
National Chiao Tung University (NCTU)
Email: maximum.huang at gmail.com

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