It’s fairly straight forward to get started with. Follow the instructions here:
Once you have the pieces in place replicate the git project
git clone https://github.com/Varying-Vagrant-Vagrants/VVV.git .”
The vagrant up it will take a while to load so go make some coffee.
Here is how to modify Varying Vagrant Vagrants (VVV) install to use the VMware Fusion or Workstation provider. I use VVV for WordPress development and wanted to use the Fusion provider to take advantage of the performance and stability improvements offered by the VMware provider, plus I payed for the software. I have also run VVV on the default VM (and it works great). I don’t recommend buying VMWare’s Fusion or Workstation product just for VVV. Note you will also need to purchase a license from Vagrant.
OK on to the changes necessary.
Install the plugin for VMware:
From the command line run:
$: vagrant plugin install vagrant-vmware-fusion or
vagrant-vmware-workstation if you are running that product.
Install your License for the plugin
$: vagrant plugin license vagrant-vmware-fusion /path/license.lic
vagrant-vmware-workstation if you need.
Add the Box
From command line vagrant box add precise64
Edit you vagrant file
make the following changes to your vagrant file:
config.vm.provider "vmware_fusion" do |v|
v.vmx["memsize"] = "512"
config.vm.box = "precise64"
config.vm.box_url = "http://files.vagrantup.com/precise64_vmware_fusion.box"
When you run vagrant up you many need the to add the
--provider=vmware_fusion parameter like so:
vagrant up --provider=vmware_fusion