Using a GUI
This documentation assumes some very basic terminal/command line knowledge to run simple commands. However, some people prefer the convenience of a visual UI. If you fall into this category then consider the Vagrant Manager project.
Note: Until you provision VVV for the first time, Vagrant Manager will not pick up VVV. Running
vagrant up --provision inside the VVV folder and allowing it to successfully finish should be enough.
Turning VVV On
If Vagrant triggers are installed, and the VVV machine is turned off, this will also run the provisioner.
Turning VVV Off
This will shut down the virtual machine. If the machine is frozen for whatever reason, add the ` –force` parameter. If it still refuses to power off, open VirtualBox and manually power the VM off.
This will do a restart of the Virtual Machine, and is the same as running
vagrant halt; vagrant up
If you make any changes to your config file, they won’t take immediate effect. For changes to take hold, restart VVV using
vagrant reload --provision