I make extensive use of the Vagrant tool. To that end, I’ve packaged a few base boxes up for download from my Dropbox public folder.
These are all packaged up using Veewee, so unless otherwise stated, they all have Ruby 1.8.7, Puppet and Chef installed, as well as a version of VirtualBox guest additions. Most of them also have nfs-utils installed, so that NFS shares will work out of the box.
These boxes work with VirtualBox 4.2.4
- Centos 6.3 x86_64 with VirtualBox additions v4.2.4
- Debian 7 Squeeze amd64 with VirtualBox additions v4.2.4
- Fedora core 18 x86_64 with VirtualBox additions 4.2.4
- RHEL 6u3 x86_64 with VirtualBox additions 4.2.4
These boxes work with VirtualBox 4.1.12
- Arch Linux x86_64
- Centos 6.4 x86_64
- Debian 6.7
- Debian 7.1
- Centos 6.4 x86_64 (naked, no Puppet, Chef, Ruby)
- Fedora 16
- Fedora 19
- Ubuntu 12.10
- Ubuntu 13.04
Note that the RHEL6 box comes configured with Centos Yum repos, due to licensing. I’d really recommend you favour the Centos box over RHEL, unless you’re actually using it in a RHEL licenced environment.