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Questions tagged [vagrant]

Vagrant is a tool for creating custom virtual development environments. Environments managed by Vagrant can run on local platforms, in the cloud or in containers and are portable between Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

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Vagrant Access index.php

I believe this is the right place to ask. First, I've installed VirtualBox and Vagrant. After that, I've cd'd to this: https://github.com/LearnWebCode/vagrant-lamp (downloaded zip, extracted folder) ...
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docker on windows 10 with VVV

I've been using VVV on a Win 10 Pro machine for local dev. And it works great. But I want to try things like wpgraphql via docker. I've read about Docker Desktop for Windows vs. Docker Toolbox. ...
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xdebug connects but won't break in WordPress with vvv

I am using vvv for local WordPress development and cannot get xdebug to pause on breakpoints. I have ssh'ed in and set the xdebug_on command. phpinfo() shows xdebug installed and active phpinfo() ...
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Configure Vagrant to install WordPress themes and plugins that are not part of WP-CLI?

Yesterday I had pretty good luck getting VVV to easily set up a local WordPress environment. Using https://github.com/JPry/vvv-base, it was pretty straightforward to set up my configuration to ...
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WordPress Multisite with VVV

In the command line, I used vv create to make a new WordPress multisite, selecting "y" on the multisite option during setup. Once the process finished, the site was created, but was the network had ...
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Multisite setup on VVV with bedrock

I am trying to setup multisite on VVV using bedrock stack, but I'm having some issues. First I've added my multisite configuration in the vvv-custom.yml file as my-multisite: hosts: - my-...
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Version control for both Vagrant config and themes being developed [closed]

I have set up a local Wordpress development environment using Chassis (based on Vagrant), this needed a bit of tweaking to get it how I like, so I feel like I should have this under version control. ...
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NGinx + Wordpress Subdomain Multi with core in Subdirectory

I have a WordPress install that works perfectly on a Apache server. I am currently in the process of both changing my hosting company (the new one offer NGinx) and my development stack (moving to vvv)....
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Unable to access WordPress server locally running using vagrant

Until recently I have been using Debian on my desktop, however I've decided to migrate to arch. I develop a WordPress website for someone, and I copied the vagrant-local folder containing the vagrant ...
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WordPress development using Docker - how to share directories? [closed]

I normally use vagrant (VVV or bedrock flavours) for local WordPress development. But I want to learn how to use Docker. I've installed it with Boot2Docker, ran Docker and learned how to pull images ...
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Local install won't work without internet

I have a local install (using Vangrant and VVV) and it works absolutely fine with internet. But without internet, it hangs on "connecting" indefinitely. I think it's trying to talk to wordpress.org ...
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Vagrant script to setup all the common PHP / WordPress version combinations

I am looking for a way to quickly and repeatedly set up testing / debugging environment for our plugin, most probably using Vagrant. Projects like VVV focus on a single-environment setup (or, a couple ...
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Symlink a directory to wp-content/themes

Is it possible to symlink a directory from my project folder to my wp-content/themes folder which is in a Vagrant setup called chassis: https://github.com/Chassis/Chassis ? I tried to symlink already ...
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Permalinks not working with Vagrant

I am using Vagrant to build up a little Wordpress development VM. When I select permalinks (postname) then the page from an article doesn't load. However, when I select the standard link (i.e page id) ...