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Franco Masotti 4 years ago
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@ -39,7 +39,8 @@ It can handle:
### Actions and parameters
You can make some combinations between actions and parameters.
You can make some combinations between actions and places. Both of these
elements are parameters.
#### Actions
@ -51,7 +52,7 @@ You can make some combinations between actions and parameters.
- mkdir-shared
- run
#### Parameters
#### Places
- nox
- origin
@ -97,8 +98,8 @@ processor does not support virtualization. The only thing to do is to make
the server's port (`5900`) reachable from the clients.
You must then run QVM with one of the VNC options on the server side.
On the client side you must simply edit the `host_ip_address` and
`host_username` variables in the configuration file.
On the client side you must simply edit the `HOST_IP_ADDRESS` and
`HOST_USERNAME` variables in the configuration file.
For example, on the server side you could install the virtual machine remotely
like this:
@ -123,17 +124,18 @@ use the `--remote` option. Make sure that both the local
the variables correctly set in the `configrc` file.
This script will start the virtual machine if on the host computer no other
virtual machine is running. You can use either the VNC or the headless
virtual machine is running. You can use either a VNC or headless
connection. Both of them require that SSH is configured correctly on the
computers: the host must be reachable from the client via SSH.
This can be verified by using the `--attach --remote` options.
computers, i.e. the host must be reachable from the client via SSH.
This can be verified by using the `--attach --remote` options while the
virtual machine is already running.
Once you have checked that everyting works, you can add a command alias in
your shell configuration file (e.g: `~/.bashrc`), something like:
alias vm='/home/user/scripts/qvm/qvm --run --remote --vnc'
or, if you are not interested in Xorg:
or, if you don't need VNC:
alias vm='/home/user/scripts/qvm/qvm --run --remote'