vagrant-lamp - My default LAMP development stack for Vagrant

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My default LAMP development stack configuration for Vagrant. You can add virtual hosts to apache by adding a file to the data_bags/sites directory. The docroot of the new virtual host will be a directory within the public/ folder matching the host you specified. Alternately you may specify a docroot explicitly by adding a docroot key in the json file.

http://r8.github.io/vagrant-lamp/
https://github.com/r8/vagrant-lamp

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