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xTuple and Vagrant

xTuple uses Vagrant to build disposable Linux virtual machines (VMs). The files in the xtuple-vagrant repository simplify spinning up new VMs for several different use cases, including hosting demonstration databases and developing for the web API and desktop clients.

See the xtuple-vagrant wiki for instructions on setting up your vagrant development environment. Here's a summary of what you'll find there:

  1. Install Vagrant
  2. Install Git
  3. Check out the source code
  4. Configure your VM
  5. Start and Connect to the VM
  6. Start Developing