Vagrant Base Boxes for vagrantbox.es plus veewee definitions
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vagrantboxes

Handcrafted Vagrant Base Boxes for vagrantbox.es.

List of boxes

  • Oracle Linux 5.11 x86_64
  • Oracle Linux 6.9 x86_64
  • Oracle Linux 7.3 x86_64
  • Arch Linux x86_64

Veewee definitions are in veewee/definitions to automate the building of Vagrant Base Boxes;-) Check its README.md for usage.

Additional list of places where you can get all sorts of vagrant base boxes for different purposes: development, testing, or even production.

A List of vagrant base boxes. Initiated by Gareth Rushgrove @garethr hosted on Heroku using Nginx. See the story here: The Vagrantbox.es Story.

We all know what bento means in Japanese, right? In this case, they are NOT lunch boxes BUT handy base boxes which can be used to test cookbooks or anything you want. Distributions included: Ubuntu Server, Debian, CentOS and Fedora.

Packer definitions: https://github.com/opscode/bento

NOTE: To find hidden bento boxes, access the context root of the AWS S3 server;-)

Pre-rolled vagrant boxes, ready for use. Made by the folks at Puppet Labs.

Veewee definitions: https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppet-vagrant-boxes

It's been there since Jan, 2013. For some reason Canonical has NOT officially promoted it yet, may be still in beta. Remember these are vanilla images ONLY.

If you are looking for Virtual Machines with server applications (e.g. GitLab, Discourse, WordPress, Redmine, Ruby Stack, Joomla!, Drupal etc…) pre-installed and configured, try Bitnami Stacks, it rocks!