Vagrant is a free and open source tool developed by Hashicorp, defined as a “a tool for building and distributing development environments”. What Vagrant does is basically acting as an abstraction layer/wrapper around virtual machines providers such as Virtualbox, VMware and libvirt, allowing us to build, provision and easily replicate virtual machines environments on different operating systems, using a common syntax.
Virtualbox installation on Fedora Linux
The objective of this tutorial is to install VirtualBox on Fedora Linux. VirtualBox is a free and open source hosted hypervisor for x86 virtualization developed and maintained by the Oracle Corporation.
How to resize a qcow2 disk image on Linux
Qcow2 is the default virtual disk storage format used by Qemu (qcow stands for qemu copy-on-write). This image format makes use of thin provisioning, so, after we initially set the maximum virtual size of a disk, space is actually allocated only when used, but not made available back to the host when freed.