I'm running a fresh install of OSX 10.7.3 on a Intel Core 2 Duo.
I've added lucid32 and then ran vagrant up, at this point, I get the message 'Waiting for VM to boot. This may take a few minutes' and vagrant seems to hang.
Virtual Box says the machine is running.
Below is the Vagrant log (Sorry I can't give anymore info!).
INFO global: Vagrant version: 1.0.2
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Same problem with vagrant 1.0.1 and vbox 4.1.10. Managed to capture some debug logs if it helps:
DEBUG subprocess: Waiting for process to exit. Remaining to timeout: 32000
I experienced the same issue and it was a controller issue.
Host: VirtualBox 4.0 on a Debian stable (squeeze 32), vagrant 1.0.5
To be more precise, I tried to boot the image using VirtualBox GUI. I used the
It failed and an initramfs prompt has been displayed. Most of the time, this appears because no disk can be found.
That's why I tried to change the disk controller, I removed the SATA controller and attached the disk to the IDE controller. With this configuration, I was able to boot the image, and to log in. \o/
I made a change in the
Back to vagrant, I was able to boot the VM.
As you can't really tell people to edit the
I noticed you used Mac OSX and VirtualBox 4.2 to create the lucid32 box. That could be the cause.
A solution could be to use the