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How to create a C# interface for two virtual machines?

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#1 Aideux


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Posted 21 January 2018 - 03:22 PM

I am working on a project that has two Debian virtual machines communicating with each other, and I would like to make an interface using C#'s form creator.

The issue is, despite my research, I still have not found any reliable sources to help me accomplish this.

My goals are currently:

1) to be able to start and stop the machines using only a button press,
2) to be able to run predetermined terminal scripts with a button press. Are there any sources, research, or help anyone can provide me? I would really appreciate it!

Additionally, if there is perhaps a better language/software to accomplish this more efficiently, I would love to know more about it. Thanks so much!

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