I'd like to connect to a vagrant-lxc machine using a ssh-key which is already loaded. To make it a little bit more clear, here's my setup: Load ssh-key in Windows via PuTTy connect to vagrant host ...
On Windows I like to use cygwin to access my Vagrant box via ssh. This works: vagrant init <an existing base box>, vagrant up, vagrant ssh. Instead of vagrant ssh I can use cygwin to ssh into ...
Every time I reboot my Scientific Linux box, I have the problem that it is not starting the Apache Web Server (httpd). I have to do it manually with this code: [vagrant@magento ~]$ sudo service ...
I have a script that executes a Rake remote task which executes once for each of two roles. Both roles are users on the same Vagrant instance. So essentially the task is opening two SSH connections ...
Local Vagrant machine installed at ip address 10.0.0.23 and hostname lamp-vm. Using vagrant ssh I can connect just fine and do everything I need. This creates an ERROR - ssh vagrant@lamp-vm -v -v ...