If you need to have a quick bash shell in sandbox with not network as well, then the most simple command I could find so far is:
sudo virt-sandbox -c lxc:/// /bin/bash
For this you will need to have libvirt-sandbox installed which you can do with the following command:
sudo yum install libvirt-sandbox
If you are using the libvirt and associated tools, then you must be aware about virt-manager. However this being a GUI tools, it is not possible to always use this. “virsh” is a good option for this.
To start with, if you need to know all the VMs all the running VMs, then you can use (to only view the names):
virsh list --name
Extending this to make it more useful is the case if you need to know the IP address for the running VMs. Here is a simple code that you can put in alias or function that can be used to get the IP address of the running VM’s.
virsh list --name | \
while read line
[[ ! -z $line ]] && virsh domifaddr $line
If you want to start the VM, then you can use
When you search with “docker search”, you would notice that the description of the image is truncated. Sometimes you want to see full description, to do so, you can use –no-trunc option. So, for example you want to search for fedora images, you can use the following command:
docker search --no-trunc fedora