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I'm new on Magento2 and I've seen that the best practice to develop with Magento2 is to use Vagrant.

I have followed several tutorials about setting up Vagrant for Magento on Mac OS El Capitan/Sierra but I've found several issues.

From the command line I always have permission issues even if files have correct permissions.

I read that it could be a NFS problem and also that there is a bug in El Capitan/Sierra with NFS.

I didn't have any problems with Ubuntu instead

Is there someone that uses Vagrant with Mac OS that could help me to figure out with the configuration?

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Use puphpet.com to generate a new vagrant. Choose NFS as shared folder type. Set everything else as you please.

After you vagrant up the machine go into the machine with vagrant ssh. Then sudo su www-data. From there do anything you need to.

For me everything works except deletion of files. For this, I have to manually delete them via finder. Like pub/static, view/preprocessed... It seems to work from Magento itself. But be aware of side-effects like this: https://github.com/magento/magento2/issues/10972 Other than that it works as expected.

In the GitHub issue, one user proposed to use https://github.com/weprovide/valet-plus If you don't need to replicate server setup that might be another thing to try too.

  • Thank you for your advice, the link you provided about Valet could be a good solution. – Daniele Rovatti Sep 21 '17 at 12:56

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