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|Repo Last Updated||over 2 years ago|
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VagrantPress is a packaged development environment for developing WordPress themes and modules.
I initially created this project to aid in developing child modules for a WordPress blog.
*PEAR removed as support has reached end of life, see End of Life for PEAR Installation Method
This is a fairly simple project to get up and running.
The procedure for starting up a working WordPress is as follows:
vagrant plugin install vagrant-hostsupdaterfrom command line
vagrant upfrom the directory
To log in to the local Wordpress installation:
http://vagrantpress.dev/wp-admin/ the username is
admin, the password is
You can access phpMyAdmin:
http://vagrantpress.dev/phpmyadmin/ with username
Feel free to file an issue, create a pull request, or contact me at my website.