Getting-Started with Vagrant for OpenSUSE
Hello OpenSUSE User! This Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Install and Getting-Started with the Latest Vagrant Virtual Machines Management Tool on OpenSUSE 32/64bit GNU/Linux.
Vagrant is a Tool that Makes it Easier to Run and Manage Virtual Machines on your computer.
Vagrant main Features:
- Makes a VM with an OS of your choice
- Changes the Settings of a VM (e.g., RAM, number of CPUs, etc.)
- Settles Network Interfaces to access a VM from outside
- Etablishes Shared Folders to exchange with your computer
- Defines the Hostname of a VM
- Provides Software for the VM by shell scripts or configuration management solutions
- Operates specific Tweakings on hosts and guests
- SSH into a VM from you computer
By Default Vagrant Works only with VirtualBox VMs, to get it Working with VMware or other Hypervisor you have to Install a Paid Plugin.
To Get Installed right the Latest Vagrant Release for OpenSUSE we Provide Directly to the Download from the Vagrant WebSite.
Open Console Terminal Shell emulator window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
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Access the Target location
(Usually Downloads go in the Home folder or the Temporary directory /tmp)
Or when downloaded with Firefox maybe:
To Verify that it’s there List the contents with:
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sudo zypper in vagrant*.deb
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