vboxctrl



vboxctrl(1)               Linux System Administration              vboxctrl(1)




NAME

       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  <paul@debian.org>,  for
       Debian GNU/Linux and isdn4linux.



ISDN 4 Linux 3.7                  2002/10/15                       vboxctrl(1)

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