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Re: [Libguestfs] virt-customize options that should work with Windows



Hi rjones,

Many thanks for the info.


----- Original Message -----
> 
> These are the virt-customize operations that should work on Windows
> guests.  All others likely do not work.
> 
>        --copy SOURCE:DEST
>        --copy-in LOCALPATH:REMOTEDIR
>        --delete PATH
> 
>        --edit FILE:EXPR
>                   This should work, although there may be problems
> 		  with line endings.
> 
>        --firstboot SCRIPT
>        --firstboot-command 'CMD+ARGS'
>                   Obviously you need to use a batch file or powershell
> 		  script.  We know this should work because we use
> 		  it in virt-v2v.
> 
>        --hostname HOSTNAME
>        --timezone TIMEZONE
>                   I *think* these should work, but I've not tested them.
> 
>        --mkdir DIR
>        --move SOURCE:DEST
> 
>        --touch FILE
>        --truncate FILE
>        --truncate-recursive PATH
>        --upload FILE:DEST
>        --write FILE:CONTENT
> 
> Rich.
> 
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