|No internet connection on client machine||Florian Klemt||10/26/12 4:01 AM|
I'm new to Vagrant and I'm trying to run a vagrant box that is provisioned with puppet (I'm following the step by step guide from the website).
It's all working fine except that puppet can not install apache because my client machine has no connection to the internet.
How can I fix that??
|Re: No internet connection on client machine||Irmantas Šiupšinskas||10/26/12 10:34 AM|
I have this issue too. My host is Ubuntu Gnome Remix 12.10 what is yours?
|Re: No internet connection on client machine||Florian Klemt||10/27/12 3:05 AM|
Ubuntu 12.10 (normal Unity Desktop).
Hmm, same Host System. Could be a coincidence. Lets see if others have the same issue.
|Re: No internet connection on client machine||Irmantas Šiupšinskas||10/27/12 6:15 AM|
Hi, I solved this problem. I uninstalled vagrant and virtualbox and downloaded *.deb files from official websites and installed first vagrant and then virtualbox. Now everything works.
|Re: No internet connection on client machine||Florian Klemt||10/29/12 2:32 AM|
Thanks for your workaround but I can't install the downloaded version of virtualbox. When I double click the .deb file, it starts installing but stops 10 seconds later without saying what happened. Its the 32bit version for Ubuntu 12.10.
Am Samstag, 27. Oktober 2012 15:15:54 UTC+2 schrieb Irmantas Šiupšinskas:
|Re: No internet connection on client machine||Irmantas Šiupšinskas||10/29/12 7:34 AM|
You should remove vagrant and virtualbox completely I done this with this command:
sudo apt-get remove vagrant virtualbox* && sudo apt-get autoremove && sudo apt-get autoclean
|Re: No internet connection on client machine||Florian Klemt||10/31/12 7:54 AM|
Sweet, it works now!
Am Montag, 29. Oktober 2012 15:34:09 UTC+1 schrieb Irmantas Šiupšinskas:
|Re: No internet connection on client machine||dana tassler||11/15/12 8:25 AM|
Thanks much, Irmantas!
I was working through a textbook this morning (Deploying Rails) and was completely stumped when I found I had no connectivity.
Did exactly as you said and everything worked perfectly. Will bookmark this thread and possibly even email the publishers in case someone else runs into this.