I’ve not too long ago upgraded from an Intel MBP to an M2 MBP. So I needed to replace my Vagrant. Studying round led me to first obtain the most recent VMware Fusion Tech Preview, then replace my Vagrant set up. I selected to uninstall current Vagrant stuff, & begin from scratch…
brew set up --cask vagrant brew set up --cask vagrant-vmware-utility brew set up --cask vagrant-manager vagrant plugin set up vagrant-share vagrant plugin set up vagrant-vmware-desktop
I began with
# -*- mode: ruby -*- # vi: set ft=ruby : # Variables MEMORY = 4096 CPUS = 1 VM_IP = "192.168.98.99" Vagrant.configure("2") do |config| config.vm.field = "bento/ubuntu-20.04-arm64" config.vm.supplier "vmware_desktop" do |v| v.reminiscence = MEMORY v.cpus = CPUS finish config.vm.community "private_network", ip: VM_IP finish
vagrant up & get…
An error occurred whereas executing `vmrun`, a utility for controlling VMware machines.
Trying to find solutions to that, I discovered this & this, each saying I needed to set
v.gui = true in my
Vagrantfile. That works, nevertheless it requires having VMware Fusion operating, which opens a window that should stay open for the lifetime of the VM session.
Is there any approach to run Vagrant with out having a VMware Fusion GUI (with
v.gui = false)?