vagrant-dnsmasq - A Dnsmasq Vagrant plugin that manages the dnsmasq

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A Dnsmasq Vagrant plugin that manages the dnsmasq.conf file and /etc/resolver directory on your host system.Verify /etc/resolver and $(brew --prefix)/etc/dnsmasq.conf.

https://github.com/mattes/vagrant-dnsmasq

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