You have probably heard about Vagrant coming to Fedora and might have heard about DevAssistant too. DevAssistant can make your development easier by setting up your project’s basic structure, installing needed dependencies or tools. But if you wanted to use Vagrant for your project as well, you needed to install and configure it separately. Until […]
Since I package and maintain Vagrant and vagrant-libvirt for Fedora, I have a need to test new builds. But since I run just one version of Fedora and I don’t really feel like testing it directly on my host system, I actually use Vagrant to test Vagrant. In other words I run Vagrant with KVM […]
Are you tired of putting the same sane configuration options to every Vagrantfile? Here is how to make the life with Vagrant a little easier.
If you are using Vagrant chances are you would like to use NFS instead of rsync to speed up shared folders and avoid annoying vagrant rsync-auto command. But what to do when Vagrant just hang on Mounting NFS shared folders in Fedora?
Some time ago we finished most of the work for Vagrant Fedora 22 feature. The Vagrant package is currently in the review process, but I maintain Copr repositories for both Fedora 21 and rawhide. Here is how to install Vagrant and vagrant-libvirt on Fedora 21.
Today I will like to put some light on using the vagrant-mutate plugin for Vagrant to convert (especially) VirtualBox images to libvirt. Why? Because if you start looking for an interesting box on the internet you will find out that most of them are based on VirtualBox images since that is the upstream default provider.
I was recently asked to package Vagrant for Fedora with libvirt support (coming with the vagrant-libvirt plugin) and this post will let you know how to install it on your machine from the new Copr repository.