Vagrant and YunoHost

If you need testing some code, you should using directly ynh-dev

Find other ways to install YunoHost here.

Prerequisite: an x86 computer with VirtualBox installed and enough RAM capacity to be able to run a small virtual machine.


Initialization

Create a project folder

mkdir YunoHost
cd YunoHost

The following command will initialize the project with a Yunohost image based on Debian Jessie

vagrant box add yunohost/jessie-stable https://build.yunohost.org/yunohost-jessie-stable.box --provider virtualbox
vagrant init yunohost/jessie-stable
/!\ If you prefer use the beta version : https://build.yunohost.org/yunohost-jessie-testing.box

You need to activate the network for the YunoHost instance.

sed -i 's/# config\.vm\.network "private_network"/config.vm.network "private_network"/' Vagrantfile```

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## Run a vm

Start the virtual machine
```bash
vagrant up

Connect to the started virtual machine

vagrant ssh

Upgrade the system

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

You can access to your vm with the ip 192.168.33.10

The IP addresses related to the boxes are set by default but can be changed in the network settings.


*Once the installation is finished, you may want to proceed to post-installation: yunohost.org/postinstall *