Re: Bootstrap-vz to produce Debian testing Vagrant boxes
Tiago Ilieve <email@example.com> writes:
> Hi Stéphane,
>> Is the script able to create a Debian testing Vagrant VM?
> Well, yes and no. We have spotted a bug last week (issue #121) which
> prevents the VirtualBox Guest Additions from being installed if the
> kernel version of the image being bootstrapped is different from the one
> running on the host machine. Until we figure out a way to fix that, yes
> you are able to build a testing Vagrant box, but without Guest Additions
> you can't share folders, forward ports, etc. - what makes the box a
> little less useful and certainly prevents you from using all Vagrant
Just a short notice to confirm that we (I'm Stéphane's supervisor) we
able to create a working Vagrant box using the development branch of
bootstrap-vz to build a Jessie image on an amd64 jessie host.
The box is reused as a base box to add postgresql, apache, php, etc.
It even works alright on Windows 7 ;-)
As both the host and target are jessie, the dkms issue doesn't pop up,
but this is indeed problematic when host and target kernels mismatch,
Keep up the good work.
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