I am attempting to install OpenTreeMap in a Ubuntu environment. Hosted at DigitalOcean, one of their "Droplets". As part of the install process I have installed and configured Virtual Box and Vagrant to virtualize the environment. I have made it part-way through various
apt-get install and each time, I am disconnected from the Virtual box.
[Unpacking libicu48 (from .../libicu48_220.127.116.11-3_i386.deb) ... [/*varies*/] Connection to 127.0.0.1 closed by remote host. Connection to 127.0.0.1 closed.
I execute using:
vagrant up vagrant ssh
Once virtualized, the connection is closed when downloading/installing packages. Not always the same stop point, but it always forces a disconnect. I am still connected to my box via SSH, and when I run
vagrant status I show the virtual box as "aborted":
Current VM states: default aborted The VM is in an aborted state. This means that it was abruptly stopped without properly closing the session. Run `vagrant up` to resume this virtual machine. If any problems persist, you may have to destroy and restart the virtual machine.
UPDATE: Tried the recommendation in the comments, I got further through the process and closer, but it is still forcing a disconnect through normal use of
vagrant. This time, at a
pip install command.
Any clue as to why this might be occurring?