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+Caveats:
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+Make sure you have virtualization extensions enabled in your BIOS. It may not run if this is not set up, and you will want to be running on a 64bit system.
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+Running ubuntu 11.10 I ran into an issue with current user not being in "vboxusers" (so it failed to start. If your vm hangs when running "vagrant up", open up the virtualbox program and try to run the virtual machine inside of there. It may give you more debugging messages.
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It is recommended installing it from the web site with the latest stable version.
-Caveats:
+Caveats: Check CAVEATS file
-Make sure you have virtualization extensions enabled in your BIOS. It may not
-run if this is not set up, and you will want to be running on a 64bit system.
-
-Running ubuntu 11.10 I ran into an issue with current user not being in
-"vboxusers" (so it failed to start. If your vm hangs when running "vagrant up",
-open up the virtualbox program and try to run the virtual machine inside of
-there. It may give you more debugging messages.
+Currently migrating to lucid64 before doing a release.
+lucid64 was recently added to vagrant as a default development environment, as well it supported on an ec2 small instance. If you are still developing with maverick64 (which is default now) there is a branch available for that.
Steps:
sudo gem install vagrant
+or
+Manually download form here: http://downloads.vagrantup.com/
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git clone https://github.com/tlpinney/osmdevbox.git
cd osmdevbox
vagrant up
This will download the box image if its not already there
-It will start the vm, installing any neccesary software
+It will start the vm, installing any necessary software
vagrant ssh
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cd openstreetmap-website
rails server
-On your host machine go to to access the rails port http://127.0.0.1:3000
-and go to http://127.0.0.1:9080 to access the leaflet osm debugger currently
-this is stub code tha shows an osm map
-
+On your host machine go to to access the rails port
+ http://127.0.0.1:3000
+and go to
+ http://127.0.0.1:9080
+to access the leaflet osm debugger (currently just a stub)
+
There is a bug where the apache2 server will need to be restarted manually
-if the vm is installe from scratch...
+if the vm is installed from scratch...
GeoDjango
Does not automatically install
To install (do this inside the vm)
sudo puppet apply /vagrant/manifests/geodjango.pp
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after this is done, do
cd

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