User:BDavis (WMF)/Projects/Hackathon Vagrant install

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MediaWiki-Vagrant Hackathon Distribution includes Linux, Windows and OS X installers and git bundles to make setting up MediaWiki-Vagrant easier and faster.

Installation instructions[edit]

NOTE: You can replace ~/Vagrant with your choice of directory, but mediawiki must be directly underneath.

Replace /usb_drive with the location of the USB drive, or the location where you copied the files from the drive.

  1. If you don't have git installed (typically only windows users), install it from
  2. If you don't have a Gerrit username yet, signup at WikiTech . The shell username you choose will be referred to below as GERRIT_USER.
  3. From the directory for your OS, install VirtualBox.
  4. From the directory for your OS, install Vagrant. If you use Linux, use files from Linux/DEB/ for Debian or Ubuntu and Linux/RPM/ for Red Hat, Centos, Fedora, etc.
  5. Install the virtual machine Vagrant uses as a base:
    $ cd /usb_drive
    $ vagrant box add trusty-cloud
  6. Install the "vagrant-vbguest" Vagrant plugin:
    $ cd /usb_drive/Plugins
    $ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest-0.10.0.gem
  7. Clone MediaWiki-Vagrant from the provided git bundle file:
    $ cd /usb_drive
    $ git clone -b master mediawiki_vagrant.bundle ~/Vagrant
  8. Copy pre-populated caches:
    $ cp -Rf cache ~/Vagrant/cache
  9. Clone MediaWiki core from the provided git bundle file:
    $ git clone -b master mediawiki_core.bundle ~/Vagrant/mediawiki
  10. Configure git repositories to sync with Gerrit:
    $ cd ~/Vagrant
    $ git remote set-url origin ssh://
    $ cd ~/Vagrant/mediawiki
    $ git remote set-url origin ssh://
  11. Update MediaWiki-Vagrant and MediaWiki core git repositories to latest versions:
    $ cd ~/Vagrant
    $ git pull
    $ git submodule update --init --recursive
    $ git checkout -- .
    $ cd ~/Vagrant/mediawiki
    $ git pull
  12. Start your MediaWiki-Vagrant virtual machine for the first time:
    $ cd ~/Vagrant
    $ ./
    $ vagrant up

After `vagrant up` is complete, you can test in your browser at .

Other resources[edit]

For further information, see ~/Vagrant/README, and . You should follow the steps above, rather than the installation instructions from the other README or the "Quick start" on the wiki page.