vagrant-joyent - A Vagrant provider for Joyent

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vagrant-joyent is a Vagrant provider for the Joyent Cloud and SmartDatacenter. You probably want to set these in your shell's profile (~/.bashrc, ~/.zshrc, etc.) and restart your shell.



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