Vagrant is an open source command line tool for building and managing virtual machine environments. By default Vagrant can provision machines on top of VirtualBox, Hyper-V and Docker but many other providers such as Libvirt (KVM), VMware and AWS can be installed via the Vagrant plugin system.
Vagrant is mostly used by developers to easily set up a development environment, that matches the production environment. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to install Vagrant on Ubuntu 18.04 Operating System. We’ll be using the VirtualBox provider, which is the default provider for Vagrant.
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Consider this scenario:
- You have hyper-v installed on a windows server/client OS and it’s working fine
- You install oracle virtual box or any 3rd party virtualization application on machine and it fails with below error:
VT-x/AMD-V hardware acceleration is not available on your system. Certain guests
(e.g. OS/2 and QNX) require this feature and will fail to boot without it.
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Oracle virtual box is a cross-platform virtualization application. It installs on existing Intel or AMD-based computers, whether they are running Windows, Mac, Linux or Solaris operating systems. You can choose to jump through several urls to find and download the right version or you can use the easier way. I’m going to explain the latter in this blog. For this post, you need to have Chocolatey installed on the machine. You can check here on how to do so.
Once you have done this, open a PowerShell prompt and run below Read More »