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02:26 <konrados> Morning.
02:26 <konrados> What is the relation between vagrant and puppet? Is that vagrant uses puppet?
02:26 <konrados> Ah, btw - I'm a 100% newbie.
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02:45 <nicholosophy> konrados: puppet can be used to provision vagrant boxes
02:45 <nicholosophy> konrados: so can shell scripts, ansible, and other provisioning options
02:51 <konrados> nicholosophy - English isn't my first language, what does it mean "provision" in this context? Does it mean vagrant can use any of the tools you mentioned to setup a box?
02:53 <nicholosophy> Yes. You use puppet etc to setup software, services, etc inside the vagrant box
02:54 <konrados> Thank you!
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03:12 <konrados> nicholosophy, - so there is this puppet right? Then what's the purpose of Vagrant? Is that because puppet is complicated and Vagrant makes it easier? Sorry if this sounds stupid, I am now learning lots of things simultaneously and just can't wrap my head around this.
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03:18 <numbdewd> Google's recaptcha~> "Select all images with street signs." ==>> Do they expect to include the poles holding the street signs up as well?..anything related or touching those as well? :S ... I can't do anthing right, ha
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04:21 <konrados> Hi again. I followed the tutorial here - https://www.vagrantup.com/intro/getting-started/index.html - yes, I have installed virtual box (although I didn't do anything else with it) - now when I do $ vagrant up I get "Timed out while waiting for the machine to boot. This means that Vagrant was unable to communicate with the guest machine" - what am I missing?
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04:33 <konrados> hmmm, for some reason when I tried again, I was asked for password (? How can I know this), and when now I tried for the third time, it seems to work fine.
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07:13 <drcode33> hi all
07:14 <drcode33> can I run vagrent without ssh user?
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07:20 <pLaTo0n> moin
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09:04 <guest777777777> Hi. I want to develop nodejs apps from windows7 and use vbox to have project completely inside it, but still use IDE from windows. I wonder is git will work reliably, or should i move IDE also indei VM?
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15:42 <mbenson> konrados: AIUI puppet is one of the provisioning mechanisms available in Vagrant.
15:42 <mbenson> ha, I see that question was from a while back
15:43 <konrados> Yeah, but thanks anyway mbenson :)
15:44 <mbenson> my problem today: I wanted to add puppet provisioning to my VM, so I changed my base box from bento/centos7.3 to puppetlabs/centos-7.2-64-puppet
15:44 <mbenson> I then added a minimal manifests/default.pp and `config.vm.provision "puppet"` to my Vagrantfile
15:45 <mbenson> but now `vagrant up` results in: Error: Could not parse application options: invalid option: --manifestdir
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17:23 <jailbot> hey! I'm guessing I should gitignore the .vagrant directory correct?
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17:29 <spox> it will definitely make your life much easier :)
17:30 <jailbot> heh thanks :)
17:30 <jailbot> dumb question because there's a private key file but thought I would ask anyways
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18:33 <SuperLag> I'm trying to do port forwarding... and I keep getting errors that the ports I want are in use. Which isn't right. Nothing running on the ports I want to use.
18:33 <SuperLag> C:/HashiCorp/Vagrant/embedded/gems/gems/vagrant-1.9.3/lib/vagrant/util/is_port_open.rb:21:in `initialize': The requested address is not valid in its context. - connect(2) for "0.0.0.0" port 1111 (Errno::EADDRNOTAVAIL)
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18:38 <spox> SuperLag: hi!
18:38 <spox> see: https://github.com/mitchellh/vagrant/issues/8395#issuecomment-288379271
18:43 <SuperLag> spox: thank you
18:43 <spox> you bet
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20:03 <kallisti5> q: lots of enhancements are tagged as 1.9 in github
20:04 <kallisti5> ... however we're up to 1.9.3 and their PR's are not pulled :-|
20:05 <kallisti5> https://github.com/mitchellh/vagrant/pull/7805 for example
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20:32 <jarray52> I'm running docker inside vagrant. I sshed into the vagrant box as the deploy user, and I ran docker as the deploy user. However, file permissions of files shared between vagrant and docker suddenly change ownership to the vagrant user. I'm trying to figure out what causes this. docker is owned by root:root and its run as the deploy user who belongs to the docker group.
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20:35 <jarray52> The command I ran is docker-compose up inside the docker-redmine repository. https://github.com/sameersbn/docker-redmine When I run this docker repository outside of Vagrant, file permissions don't suddenly change. Is there something about vagrant that is causing the file permissions to change to the vagrant user even though I'm running the docker command as the deploy user and the shared files also belong to the deploy user.
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21:45 <cam_dropbox> spox, is it possible to tweak the vagrant vmware plugin's timeout for loading the vmhgfs driver?
21:46 <cam_dropbox> i'm seeing flakiness where some machines take about 30 seconds to load the module, and the vagrant command times out before the module gets loaded
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