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Following James’ LibVirt Vagrant recipes.


James (who happens to be a coworker of mine now) recently posted some vagrant on libvirt tutorials.   Ironically, I was (I think) one of the original dudes who prodded him to post about vagrant (specifically to demonstrate his puppet-gluster work)

I’ve finally found the time to dive into them, and I’ll be posting my progress here.

First off, I ran into an issue that “rvm” didnt create an rvm group on my system.

RVM didn’t create a group.  Help !

I’ll keep updates in this thread about progress getting vagrant spun up on libvirt its definitely something we’re both excited about.


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