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[README] Offer simpler Vagrant instructions
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s5z committed Apr 14, 2016
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@@ -107,17 +107,24 @@ You can also follow this Vagrantfile to figure out how to setup zsim on an
Ubuntu system. Note that **zsim will be much slower on a VM** because it relies
on fast context-switching, so we don't recommend this for purposes other than
testing and development. Assuming you have vagrant installed (`sudo apt-get
-install vagrant` on Ubuntu or Debian), follow these:
-1. Copy `misc/Vagrantfile` from the repo into an empty folder.
-2. Run `vagrant up` to set up the base VM and install all dependencies.
-3. SSH into the VM with `vagrant ssh`.
-4. Inside the VM, you can clone the zsim repo, and build it and use it as usual
- (steps 1, 5, and 6 above).
+install vagrant` on Ubuntu or Debian), follow these steps:
+Copy the Vagrant file to the zsim root folder, boot up and provision the base VM
+with all dependencies, then ssh into the VM.
+cp misc/Vagrantfile .
+vagrant up
+vagrant ssh
+Vagrant automatically [syncs](
+the zsim root folder of your host machine to `/vagrant/` on the guest machine.
+Now that you're in the VM, navigate to that synced folder, and simply build and
+use zsim (steps 5 and 6 above).
+cd /vagrant/
+scons -j4
@@ -37,7 +37,5 @@ do |config|
# Configure system flags
sysctl -w kernel.shmmax=1073741824
sysctl -w kernel.yama.ptrace_scope=0
- # Run git clone <zsim repo URL> && cd zsim && scons -j16 && you're ready to go

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