(ChromeOS Shell Commands) This page is divided into two sections.
The page begins with a table of commands, followed by a quick and dirty guide (previously uploaded as its own article) on actually getting into and utilizing the cross environment.read more:crosh commands on ChromeOS
Exit command Purpose
Exit the crosh Shell assistance
Display the help advanced crosh help
Display advanced crosh commands, which are generally useful for debugging.
[-c number] [-i range] [-n]
[Waiting time -W]
> final destination
Send ECHO REQUEST ICMP packets to a network host.
If destination > is “gw,” the default route’s next hop gateway is used.
It functions similarly to the ping command in other operating systems.
To stop the ping process or any other command in Crosh, press Ctrl+C.
[length of test >]
Battery discharge rate is tested for a specific number of seconds.
If no arguments are provided, the 300s test will be used.
Switch on the Bluetooth debugging console.
[start | pause | log level >]
Sets the logging level for chapsd.
With no parameters, verbose logging will begin.
Shows the state of connectivity. experimental storage status | enable | deactivate >
Activate or deactivate experimental storage features.
[tag expr > ]
[–list valid tags]
ff debugging tags can be added and removed.
Extensive memory testing is performed on the available free memory.
command modem >
Engage with the 3G modem.
For more information, type “modem help.”
modem set carrier
This command configures the modem for the chosen carrier.
< host >
A function that runs a set of network diagnostics.
Makes a duplicate of the output and saves it to your download directory.
wifi | cellular | ethernet > network logging
A function that enables a preset set of tags that can be used to troubleshoot the specified device.
[enable | deactivate]
Enables or disables peer-to-peer (P2P) update sharing via the local network.
This will attempt to obtain updates from other network peers as well as share the downloaded updates with them.
To see the current condition, run this command without any inputs.