How to use this box with Vagrant:

Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
  config.vm.box = "alanthing/centos-7.2"
end
vagrant init alanthing/centos-7.2
vagrant up

This version was created over 2 years ago.

About

Box for Veertu created with CentOS 7 minimal ISO and Chef Bento kickstart file. After boot, ran the Bento scripts common/sshd.sh common/vagrant.sh centos/cleanup.sh common/minimize.sh as defined in centos-7.2-x86_64.json.

Note: as Veertu builds out the Vagrant functionality, if you want to increase the RAM and CPU, run vagrant up, then vagrant halt and edit the VM in the Veertu application.

This version was created with the "Download from Internet" option and "Centos 7 minimal" and does not require the paid version of Veertu.

Changelog

v0.2.0

  • Used "Download from Internet" instead of "Install from ISO or DVD" and should no longer require the paid version of Veertu.
  • Removed the 'net.ifnames=0' grub customization

v0.1.0

  • Initial release, created with CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1511.iso
1 provider for this version.
  • veertu Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (355 MB)

This version was created over 2 years ago.

About

Box for Veertu created with CentOS 7 minimal ISO and Chef Bento kickstart file. After boot, ran the Bento scripts common/sshd.sh common/vagrant.sh centos/cleanup.sh common/minimize.sh as defined in centos-7.2-x86_64.json, and changed the grub2 boot args to include 'net.ifnames=0' (so the main ethernet device is always eth0).

Note: as Veertu builds out the Vagrant functionality, if you want to increase the RAM and CPU, run vagrant up, then vagrant halt and edit the VM in the Veertu application.

This version was created with an ISO and requires the paid version of Veertu.

Changelog

v0.1.0

  • Initial release, created with CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1511.iso
1 provider for this version.
  • veertu Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (398 MB)