`multipass get` command
multipass get command retrieves the value of a single setting specified by a “key” argument. This key takes the form of a dot-separated path in a hierarchical settings tree:
$ multipass get client.gui.autostart true
The following keys are currently available:
client.apps.windows-terminal.profiles(Windows only) [Since version 1.3.0]
- A string describing which profiles Multipass should enable in Windows Terminal (when installed)
primary(a profile for primary is added when Windows Terminal is found)
- A boolean that identifies whether or not the Multipass GUI should automatically launch on startup.
true(on Linux and macOS it only takes effect after the client (CLI or GUI) is run a first time).
- The name of the instance that is launched/recognized as primary.
- A string identifying the hypervisor back-end in use.
For details on allowed values, see the documentation of
multipass help get output explains the available options:
$ multipass help get Usage: multipass get [options] <key> Get the configuration setting corresponding to the given key. Keys: client.gui.autostart client.primary-name local.driver Options: -h, --help Display this help -v, --verbose Increase logging verbosity, repeat up to three times for more detail Arguments: key Path to the setting whose configured value should be obtained.
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