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Re: Vmware api

Hi! Luke,

You can use the vmrun command for interacting with VMware
Workstation/Fusion. You can do something like

import os
os.system('vmrun start .vmxFile')
os.system('vmrun stop .vmxFile')

If you can be more specific about your needs, I may be able to help you further.

Thanks,

Raj

On Sun, Aug 17, 2008 at 6:19 AM, Luke Hamilton
<lu***********@rpm-solutions.com.auwrote:
Hi List,

Has anyone here played around with getting python to talk to the vmware
api's. I have had a quick look at vmware's api and there is no out of the
box python packages, but I believe that there might be some third party
wrappers around? If anyone has any info that would be great. Thanks

Regards,
Luke Hamilton
Solutions Architect
RPM Solutions Pty Ltd
Mobile: 0430 223 558
lu***********@rpm-solutions.com.au
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