Le 5 déc. 2013 18:18, "Anders Ingemann" <email@example.com>
a écrit :
> On 5 December 2013 05:29, Chris Fordham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> I don't believe any vm images by members of debian
cloud team are on a ftp/http server yet? Its something I've
wanted to have solved.
>> The first question is where would these belong? They
are not the same as CD images.
>> Second, we must make sure the source code to build any
images is provided.
>> Third, how do we get any image to become official and
placed on the official host?
>> On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 1:18 PM, Brad Chesney <email@example.com>
>>> Just got a small taste of sadness in discovering
there is no official box for 'vagrant box add'. I will create
one for myself since it won't be anything special. Possibly
consider uploading something to debian.org in the downloads area.
Something > nothing? Seems like Mr. Gervais might have one
that is of acceptable quality...
>>> Take Care,
>>> -Brad Chesney
>>> The Rust Belt Rebellion
> I am actually working on a vagrant plugin for my
bootstrapper since I need it myself. I just need to get
cloud-init and ec2 hvm images out the door first.
> > The first question is where would these belong
> The vagrant boxes won't be entirely built with free
software. We will need the vbox guest additions and I think
building vmdk images for
The vagrant provider in my vagrant branch of build-Debian-cloud
was working. However as I said, it also needs Virtualbox
installed to build the box from the vdi image. As Virtualbox is
in contrib this is an issue toget free vagrant boxes. In the
meanwhile I just put a howto in the readme.
It seems that when Virtualbox imports the vdi, it modifies it,
this is why going through Virtualbox is needed by Vagrant when
creating its box.
By the way, guest additions are now available as iso only, not
an installable package, uneasying its automatic install
VMWare fusion is not possible with qemu.