~bayindirh/vagrant-machines

Commonly used Vagrant machine definitions to easily create VMs ready for development.
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#vagrant-machines

Contains commonly used Vagrant machine definitions to easily create VMs ready for development.

Otherwise noted, all VMs have virtual networking IPs, run on VirtIO network cards and updates themselves to latest version of the OS automatically. For automatic installation of VirtualBox guest additions, please use vagrant-vbguest plugin.

Currently contains the following VMs:

  • debian-xfce-development: Debian Jessie 64bit which updates itself and installs task-xfce-desktop metapackage. Suited for working on XFCE desktop components or as a general purpose VM.
  • debian-installer-development: Debian Jessie 64bit which checkouts Debian Installer source repository, installs build dependencies and updates itself.
  • debian-lightdm-development: Debian Jessie 64bit which updates itself and installs task-xfce-desktop metapackage. Also installs build dependencies of lightdm and downloads its latest source deb for lightdm development.
  • debian-selinux-development: Debian Jessie 64bit which updates itself and installs a permissive SELinux environment with reference policy from Debian Unstable. Also downloads MLS policy, policy documentation, development packages and reference policy source.
  • debian-ldap-development: Debian Jessie 64bit which updates itself and installs slapd (OpenLDAP server) and ldap-utils package. Designed to assist in development of LDAP schemas and related things. Redirects port 389 to 38983 on host. You need to run dpkg-reconfigure slapd once to configure your LDAP server after provisioning to set its specifics.
  • debian-squid-server: Debian Jessie 64bit which updates itself and installs an unconfigured squid3 server.
  • debian-docker-lab: Debian Bullseye 64bit which updates itself and installs latest docker and docker-compose from official repositories. RAM is set to 2536MB (2.5GB) to make sure it can run some containers.
  • debian-custom-image-builder: Debian Jessie 64bit which updates itself and installs packages and tools required to create custom debian installation media (both classic and live variants). Live image building tools are taken from Stretch.
  • debian-grive-builder: Debian Stretch 64bit which updates itself and installs packages and tools required to build grive Google Drive client. After the machine is up, the client can be directly built (see the post-up message).
  • centos7-kubernetes-cluster: A pair of CentOS 7 64bit VMs which update themselves, install docker and kubernetes. The cluster is only installed, but not configured (Please see the post-up message).
  • centos7-rpm-builder: A CentOS 7 minimal system which installs and sets up an environment for building RPM files from scratch.
  • debian-covid19-dashboard-development: Debian Buster 64bit which updates itself and installs the required environment plus webfs to develop and test Turkey COVID-19 statistics dashboard. This VM also copies your ~/.gitconfig to ~ to make development easier.
  • ubuntu18.04-inveniordm-development: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS 64 bit which updates itself, installs docker, python, nodejs and related tools in order to develop [InvenioRDM]
  • ubuntu20.04-inveniordm-development: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS 64 bit which updates itself, installs docker, python, nodejs and related tools in order to develop InvenioRDM.(https://inveniosoftware.org/products/rdm/).
  • debian-minikube-lab: Debian Stretch 64bit which updates itself and installs latest docker and docker-compose from official repositories. Then, it adds minikube on top to form a wholly contained minikube playground. RAM is set to 6144MB (6.0GB) to make sure it can run some containers.
  • debian-vsftpd-server: Debian Bullseye 64bit which updates itself and installs vsftpd FTP daemon from official repositories. Can be used as an impromptu FTP server or just for experimentations. The server is not configured in any way. To start, add a user to the system via adduser and provide a password.
  • ubuntu20.04-ssh-oidc-client: Ubuntu 20.04LTS 64bit which updates itself and installs the SSH-OIDC client by EOSC-Synergy. Used as a simple installation to test SSH-OIDC enabled servers around. A little more information can be found here.
  • debian-rust-playground: Debian Bullseye 64bit which updates itself and installs Rust via the script recommended by Rust official website. Installation is done unattended, with default values. Intended to be a lean but turnkey Rust development playground. This machine has 1024MB of RAM out of the box.

#Private IP List

Following list contains the Private IP addresses of the host-only networking interfaces of the machines:

  • debian-xfce-development: 192.168.56.97
  • debian-installer-development: 192.168.56.96
  • debian-lightdm-development: 192.168.56.95
  • debian-selinux-development: 192.168.56.94
  • debian-ldap-development: 192.168.56.93
  • debian-squid-server: 192.168.56.92
  • debian-docker-lab: 192.168.56.91
  • debian-custom-image-builder: 192.168.56.90
  • debian-grive-builder: 192.168.56.89
  • centos7-kubernetes-cluster:
    • master: 192.168.56.87
    • node-1: 192.168.56.86
  • centos7-rpm-builder: 192.168.56.85
  • debian-covid19-dashboard-development: 192.168.56.84
  • ubuntu18.04-inveniordm-development: 192.168.56.83
  • ubuntu20.04-inveniordm-development: 192.168.56.82
  • debian-minikube-lab: 192.168.56.81
  • debian-vsftpd-server: 192.168.56.79
  • ubuntu20.04-ssh-oidc-client: 192.168.56.78
  • debian-rust-playground: 192.168.56.77