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27.7. Para-virtualized guest console access

Para-virtualized guest operating systems automatically has a virtual text console configured to plumb data to the dom0 operating system. You can do this from the command line by typing:
xm console [domain name or number]
Where domain100 represents a running name or number. You can also use the Virtual Machine Manager to display the virtual text console. On the Virtual Machine Details window, select Serial Console from the View menu.

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