wolkenkit-vagrant provides a Vagrantfile to setup wolkenkit VMs.
What is wolkenkit?
For more details on wolkenkit see the wolkenkit documentation.
To run a wolkenkit VM, you need to install Vagrant, version 2.0.4 or above.
If you use VirtualBox as virtualization engine, please make sure to also install the
vagrant-vbguest plugin. This ensures that the guest additions in the VM will match your version of VirtualBox:
$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest
To run a wolkenkit VM, use the following command:
$ vagrant up
To enter the VM, run:
$ vagrant ssh
Now, you can use the wolkenkit CLI as usual.
Please note that Vagrant mounts your current directory from the host as
/vagrant inside the VM. Any files you store in this directory will be synchronized between the VM and your host.
Stopping the VM
To stop the VM, run:
$ vagrant halt
Deleting the VM
If you don't need the VM any more and would like to delete it, use:
$ vagrant destroy
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