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Login

Command: vagrant login

The login command is used to authenticate with the HashiCorp's Atlas server. Logging is only necessary if you are accessing protected boxes or using Vagrant Share.

Logging in is not a requirement to use Vagrant. The vast majority of Vagrant does not require a login. Only certain features such as protected boxes or Vagrant Share require a login.

The reference of available command-line flags to this command is available below.

Options

  • --check - This will check if you are logged in. In addition to outputting whether you are logged in or not, the command will have exit status 0 if you are logged in, and exit status 1 if you are not.

  • --logout - This will log you out if you are logged in. If you are already logged out, this command will do nothing. It is not an error to call this command if you are already logged out.

  • --token - This will set the Atlas login token manually to the provided string. It is assumed this token is a valid Atlas access token.

Examples

Securely authenticate to Atlas using a username and password:

$ vagrant login
# ...
Atlas username:
Atlas password:

Check if the current user is authenticated:

$ vagrant login --check
You are already logged in.

Securely authenticate with Atlas using a token:

$ vagrant login --token ABCD1234
The token was successfully saved.

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