Oracle VBox in Linux Red Hat from Counsel


I have a webserver running in Oracle VirtualBox sitting in my Linux Red Hat server. Only from Counsel, how can I find the VBox machine and what are the commands to restart the VBox? only from Counsel.
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
Do you mean to manage the VirtualBox VM via the command line/console?

You should be able to do this with the "VBoxManage" command, example:
VBoxManage controlvm <vm-name> poweroff

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Instead of poweroff, following commands are available also: pause, resume, reset, savestate, acpipowerbutton, acpisleepbutton.

You can do a whole lot more with this command, create VMs, adjust VM settings and so on ... here's an overview

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poposkiAuthor Commented:
Command line.. thanks
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