February 13, 2015
Under Linux, Qemulator is a graphical manager for QEMU. It consists of two components made up of a management surface and a control panel. The management surface creates a set up of virtual machines while the control panel manages the on-demand functions for a running machine such as mounting and unmounting of file system, attaching USB devices and starting, stopping, pausing or resetting a running system.
Storing and viewing, listening of screen shots or audio records from the running machine are also provided by the control panel. Any console running up a graphical environment can launch command line codes for all virtual machines as configured by Qemulator and copied to the clipboard.