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[How To] - Create A Local Dev Environment Using Vagrant

The VM is not visible, the vagrant both the vagrant and plugin is installed but when i open virtualbox there’s not VM visible

so when you
vagrant box list
you see
bento/ubuntu-16.04 (virtual box, 201806.08.0)
If so then
vagrant up
vagrant ssh

You might need to uninstall virtual box as its not working…
sudo apt-get autoremove virtualbox-dkms
sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-uname -r dkms virtualbox-dkms
Then install virtual box again. Something odd has happened.

When i issued this line it said command line option ‘r’ not understood
“sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-uname -r dkms virtualbox-dkms”

or should i download and install it manually from the virtualbox site?

Install both vagrant and Virtual Box from there websites

Hi, sorry but I’ve tried install both vagrant and virtualbox from the website and same as always when i issue command “vagrant up” i still get the same error.

Is there any reason why the virtual machine failed to run or paused?

The description of your issue doesn’t give me much to go on but make sure.
Create a project folder maybe something like:
Call all terminal commands from within this folder.

I follow the guide line from github, i did create a folder for the vagrant box and i issue the vagrant in the folder but it will run for a while then setting up all the things and suddenly paused when is trying to boot the virtual machine. After i got the error i try finding on the internet for other user who experienced the same error but there’s no lead on for the solution.

u need to enable virtualization in ur computer BIOS