Boot Commands

Boot Commands feature help you to run commands as root on a specific vm , without knowing the root password , and it must work even if the connection is lost with vm . so it can be helpful in many cases .

Boot Commands runs on system startup only, so it will stay saved until the vm rebooted in the next time (unless you chose to reboot it now).

Note : commands must not include reboot or halt commands .

Note : it needs the Xenica_autostrart shell scripts on the vm (basically prepared from the OS template itself) .

you can change/clear commands anytime (before vm reboot).

  • boot_commands.txt
  • Last modified: 2018/06/04 18:55
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