On Thursday 22 February 2018 at 12:24:35, Alvaro Miranda Aguilera wrote:
> because is in the wrong place.
> not a vagrant issue, but easy to solve
> if you run
> vagrant ssh
> *sudo apt-get -y update*
> You will see the error
> *sudo apt-get update*
> don't think -y is needed
Also, if you're not familiar with working on Linux machines at the command
line, this is a good opportunity for you to find out about the built-in help
1. apt-get --help
2. man apt-get
> On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 3:04 PM, hd hsd wrote:
> > I have this on my vagrantfile.I have configured it to install software I
> > needed.
> > config.vm.provision "shell", inline: <<-SHELL
> > cd /vagrant
> > chmod +x install.sh
> > sudo ./install.sh
> > SHELL
> > *install.sh*
> > *sudo apt-get -y update*
> > why I can't use -y option. I always got this error
> > Command line option 'y' [from -y] is not known.
> > ==> default: ./install.sh: 12: ./install.sh:
> > : not found:
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