Setup local Environment using vagrant

Introduction:-

Vagrant is an open source tool for building a complete virtual development environment. Very often, a test environment is required for testing the latest release and new tools. Also, it reduces the time spent in re-building your OS. By default, vagrant uses virtualbox for managing the Virtualization. Vagrant acts as the central configuration for managing/deploying multiple reproducible virtual environments with the same configuration.

Vagrant is a tool that provisions virtual machines in a scripted way, so that the machines can be rolled out to a team of developers, or as nodes of a cluster, with ease.

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Create and configure lightweight, reproducible, and portable development environments.

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Installation:-

I am having Ubuntu machine so i need the Debian package.

Let’s get it running on your machine:

  1. First, download Vagrant and VirtualBox.
  2. Second, let’s download an image, spin it up and SSH in:

After download double click on download package to install virtual Box.

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It popup for sudo password.

or install using terminal access.

#dpkg -i  virtualbox-5.0_5.0.20-106931-Ubuntu-xenial_i386.deb

and also install vagrant

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or install from terminal

#dpkg -i vagrant_1.8.1_i686.deb

check the version

#vagrant -v 

#vagrant version

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Vagrantbox.es

Vagrant is an amazing tool for managing virtual machines via a simple to use command line interface. With a simple vagrant up you can be working in a clean environment based on a standard template.

Get the image that you want to install.

These standard templates are called base boxes,

 $ vagrant box add {title} {url}
 $ vagrant init {title}
 $ vagrant up
#mkdir vagrant 

#cd vagrant

#vagrant box add ubuntu14.04 https://cloud-images.ubuntu.com/vagrant/trusty/current/trusty-server-cloudimg-i386-vagrant-disk1.box

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check for image that you want,i would be downloading ubuntu 14.04.

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# vagrant init ubuntu14.04

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#vagrant up

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Vagrantfiles. This allows you to setup your box on init: installing packages, modifying configuration, moving code around.

#vagrant ssh

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