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I'm trying to get the Vagrant box to work on Fedora 26. I installed the vagrant package (I already have a working VirtualBox installation), but when trying to start the "primary" Vagrant box, it complained about libvirt missing. I installed vagrant-libvirt, and started the libvirtd service, but Vagrant is still not happy. it tells me:

Bringing machine 'primary' up with 'libvirt' provider...
==> primary: Box 'gmr/rmqid-primary' could not be found. Attempting to find and install...
primary: Box Provider: libvirt
primary: Box Version: >= 0
==> primary: Loading metadata for box 'gmr/rmqid-primary'
primary: URL: https://atlas.hashicorp.com/gmr/rmqid-primary
The box you're attempting to add doesn't support the provider
you requested. Please find an alternate box or use an alternate
provider. Double-check your requested provider to verify you didn't
simply misspell it.

If you're adding a box from HashiCorp's Atlas, make sure the box is

Name: gmr/rmqid-primary
Address: https://atlas.hashicorp.com/gmr/rmqid-primary
Requested provider: [:libvirt]

I installed libvirt-daemon-vbox (since the instructions in the book involve installing VirtualBox), but that doesn't seem to change anything.

What other packages would I still need? Or am I doing something else wrong?
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I gave up on the Vagrant box for now. As it turns out, RabbitMQ is pretty easy to install. There's a rabbitmq-server package in the Fedora repository, and a more recent package on the RabbitMQ website. After installing that, you can run this command to enable the web interface:
rabbitmq-plugins enable rabbitmq_management
To get the Python samples to work, all you need is rabbitpy from pip.
I might try the Vagrant boxes again once I get to the chapter about clustering. But until then, it seems easier not to bother with it.