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Vagrant VMware Fusion plugin hasn’t been verified

April 20th, 2018 Posted in geek out

We use Vagrant at work, with the vagrant-vmware-fusion plugin to hook up VMWare Fusion as the hypervisor on MacOS X. It generally works pretty well, but has been causing me some issues recently.

 

raj$ vagrant up
Your license to use ‘vagrant-vmware-fusion’ hasn’t been verified in
months. We’ll attempt to verify it now. This requires an internet
connection. If the verification fails, you’ll need to connect to the
internet. If verification continues to fail, please contact support
at support@hashicorp.com

Solution:

raj$ vagrant plugin uninstall vagrant-vmware-fusion
Uninstalling the ‘vagrant-vmware-fusion’ plugin…
Successfully uninstalled vagrant-vmware-fusion-4.0.24
raj$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vmware-fusion
Installing the ‘vagrant-vmware-fusion’ plugin. This can take a few minutes…
Fetching: vagrant-vmware-fusion-5.0.4.gem (100%)
Building native extensions. This could take a while…

Vagrant is installing the VMware plugin which requires
root access. You may be prompted for your password to
complete setup.

Password:
Installed the plugin ‘vagrant-vmware-fusion (5.0.4)’!
raj$ vagrant up
Your license to use ‘vagrant-vmware-fusion’ hasn’t been verified in
months. We’ll attempt to verify it now. This requires an internet
connection. If the verification fails, you’ll need to connect to the
internet. If verification continues to fail, please contact support
at support@hashicorp.com
Verification successful. Please use Vagrant while connected to the
internet from time to time so Vagrant can keep your license verified.
Bringing machine ‘default’ up with ‘vmware_fusion’ provider…

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