I thought I'd make a bit of an announcement of a project I've been working
on for the last couple of weeks, called GUML (GUI UML Management Love). The
easiest way of describing it is as a "VMWare console"-like interface for UML
instances. It's targeted at anyone who runs UMLs "interactively" -- I
wouldn't necessarily want to use it to manage a server running a bunch of
UML'd servers, for instance. But if you run UMLs for testing software,
cross-distro building, or other random interesting purposes, I think this
could be a handy tool for you.
It consists of a list of configured UML images, and a large window
containing tabsets for your running UMLs. Pick one, click 'Boot', and off
it goes. You get access to the kernel console, as well as all configured
VCs (each in it's own sexy tab). Rebooting it is as simple as
right-clicking on the main tab for the UML and selecting 'CtrlAltDel'.=20
Poof, it's gone!
I like it. I hope you will too. Grab it from it's (probably temporary)
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