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Nov
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comment qmp-shell doesn’t recognize commands
There’s a query-kvm command, that works as well as device_add in this case.
Oct
23
comment qmp-shell doesn’t recognize commands
That was a wrong assumption. qmp-shell does negotiation by itself. Moreover, as you could see above, some commands do work, e.g. device_add driver=e1000 id=net1 prints {u'return': {}} and quit closes virtual machine.
Oct
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Sep
27
asked qmp-shell doesn’t recognize commands
Sep
10
comment Can’t mount NFS share from linux server on windows
@user16081-JoeT how will that work if the /home isn’t exported? I can guarantee, that the share is set up well, because other VMs in the network accessing it without problems. They’re linux, though.
Sep
10
comment Can’t mount NFS share from linux server on windows
@user16081-JoeT I’ve tried to RMB on ‘My Computer’ → Add new remote volume… (or something like that, the system interface is localized, and I can’t find how to switch it to English, sadly), then after suggested Z: letter I enter \\192.168.0.1\home\files; two windows appear next: one indicating search process nad the other with error ‘Couldn’t find remote folder.’
Sep
10
asked Can’t mount NFS share from linux server on windows
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Jun
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accepted How to let the user execute a command containing quotes in sudoers?
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asked How to let the user execute a command containing quotes in sudoers?
Feb
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revised GNU screen: ‘Cannot open your terminal '/dev/pts/3' - please check’
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Feb
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comment What the environment variable contain…
I’ve tried grepping env. Nothing there contained such a value.
Feb
5
accepted What the environment variable contain…
Feb
5
answered How to test validity of an environment variable with bash checking if it exists and is is true?
Feb
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asked What the environment variable contain…
Feb
4
comment GNU screen: ‘Cannot open your terminal '/dev/pts/3' - please check’
Look at the my first post, I’ve expanded it.
Feb
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