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10:32 <stefanbs> hi
10:33 <stefanbs> quick question: is it possible to define VMs in two different private networks in a Vagrantfile?
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10:37 <double-p> yes
10:41 <stefanbs> haven't been able to find any documentation about that, any idea where I can find some info about that?
10:42 <double-p> stefanbs: i've a setup shown in here https://github.com/double-p/smtf/blob/master/noansible.Vagrantfile the 10.20.20s will be on one, the 10.40.40s on another and so on
10:43 <double-p> you can skip the inlprv, that's just for a special case of mine
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10:44 <stefanbs> thank you!
10:49 <double-p> if unclear, just ask :)
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15:32 <fron> why no gui is coming if i try a vagrant up and vagrant ssh
15:32 <fron> what are the libs necessary?
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15:35 <nicolas17> why do you expect a gui?
15:36 <fron> just curiousity
15:37 <nicolas17> well there isn't one
15:37 <fron> all it does is open virtual box when we do vagrant up
15:37 <fron> i seen some ppl seeing gui or a colorful screen when they do a vagrant ssh
15:38 <nicolas17> show me a screenshot of that :P
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15:52 <double-p> you can instruct vbox provider to open a gui console at 'up'
15:52 <`brian> fron: are you looking for this? https://www.vagrantup.com/docs/virtualbox/configuration.html#gui-vs-headless
15:53 <fron> `brian: no it again opens a big blackscreen
15:57 <`brian> what box are you using fron
15:58 <fron> centos 7
15:58 <nicolas17> again, what do you expect
15:59 <fron> color apart from black and white and some mouse cursors and icons
15:59 <nicolas17> centos doesn't have a desktop environment installed by default
15:59 <nicolas17> so install one, or get a box that has a GUI
16:04 <fron> how to install
16:05 <fron> what is the command? yum install <what>?
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16:06 <nicolas17> that would depend on which desktop environment you want, and also this is not the centos support channel :P
16:07 <`brian> fron: https://www.itzgeek.com/how-tos/linux/centos-how-tos/install-gnome-gui-on-centos-7-rhel-7.html
16:07 <`brian> fron: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/181503/how-to-install-desktop-environments-on-centos-7?utm_medium=organic&utm_source=google_rich_qa&utm_campaign=google_rich_qa
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18:05 <omn> hmm... any idea why I have to use extra_vars = {ansible_ssh_user: my_user} instead of extra_vars = {ansible_user: my_user} even through vagrant is operating in ansible 2.0 compatibility mode and my ansible version is 2.5.2?
18:07 <omn> my only hint is that vagrant seems to be calling ansible with two extra_vars parameters one as a string and the other as an escaped hash...
18:08 <omn> only the escaped hash is changed when I adjust my Vagrantfile
18:10 <omn> here's a pastebin of the console ouput failing with ansible_user and then succeeding with ansible_ssh_user: https://pastebin.com/6GVXRVyn
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19:24 <erik33045> Hi, I'm having a really strange issue. I'm running Vagrant on windows 10. I'm trying to install plugins, the commad goes through and gives no error output but the plugin isn't installed. I've uninstalled and reinstalled Vagrant, but still recieve the same issue. Anyone have any ideas?
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