How to use this box with Vagrant:

Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
  config.vm.box = "mvbcoding/awslinux"
end
vagrant init mvbcoding/awslinux
vagrant up

This version was created over 2 years ago.

Updated to latest 2017.03.0 Amazon Linux AMI.

https://aws.amazon.com/amazon-linux-ami/2017.03-release-notes/

1 provider for this version.
  • virtualbox Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (437 MB)

This version was created over 2 years ago.

Updated to latest aws AMI

In this release we also removed the proxy from yum.conf. After the release of the aws docker image, the amazon linux repositories are public. No more need for a proxy.

Latest VirtualBox tools are installed.

1 provider for this version.
  • virtualbox Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (454 MB)

This version was created about 3 years ago.

Bumped base version to Amazon linux 2016.09.0

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  • virtualbox Hosted by Vagrant Cloud (421 MB)

This version was created about 3 years ago.

We found a new way to create these, thanks to https://github.com/jjpersch

Now we create these with a patched version of his ectou-export so things go a bit smoother then with the original.

Boxes are now based on the HVM GP2 AMD64 AMI's in eu-central-1 version.

This is the first release using this method, it works for us ;-)

Virtualbox Guest additions are installed.

1 provider for this version.
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This version was created over 3 years ago.

Amazon Linux 2016.03 with updated packages on 2016-05-26

This is the base install as found on the official AMI on EC2.

To get it booting in VirtualBox I used kernel 2.6.35-32-server from Ubuntu. (Amazon linux does not come with a kernel that can boot outside of AWS EC2)

Before uploading the box I made sure all packages are upgraded using yum update

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