Template repo for a new drupal project built on top of a vagrant vm.
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version 0.4.3 - changelog

A project template for building reproducible and portable local Drupal development environments. If you want to learn more about the project, see the resources section below.


Basic Usage

  1. Start on the host by provisioning and logging into a vm:

     host$ git clone git://github.com/xforty/vagrant-drupal.git
     host$ cd vagrant-drupal
     host$ vagrant up
     host$ vagrant ssh
  2. Then build and install a drupal site on the vm:

     vm$ drush make --prepare-install /vagrant/example.make /srv/www
     vm$ cd /srv/www
     vm$ drush site-install --db-url=mysql://username:password@localhost/drupal
  3. Go to http://localhost:4567 and log in to the drupal site with the credentials specified in the site-install output.


It is common to modify the Vagrantfile to meet project needs. We encourage you to read through the comments in the Vagrantfile as well as the official documentation for other possible configurations.


  • xforty-drupal - extendable and overridable drush make files
  • Project Wiki - HowTos, FAQs, and advanced usage
  • Project Issues - submit bugs, support questions, and feature requests
  • Base Boxes - links to resources for finding pre-built boxes or building your own
  • Development - details on the project's development workflow

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