Password not sent via email when droplet created via vagrant

September 7, 2013 2k views
I'm testing out using for using vagrant and halfway though it asks me for the password for the newly created droplet yet I don't seem to get an email when one is created in this manner (I've checked my spam folder). Is there a way for me to set the password in the vagrant file or is there some other action I need to take? Thanks!
6 Answers
In my very, VERY limited knowledge of the wonderful world of Vagrant...

Try logging in w/the Vagrant SSH key.

When I setup the SSH key I just hit enter. When I hit enter at the password prompt it doesn't accept it
I had this problem as well, think I was able to resolve it by commenting out one of the synced-folders lines in the vagrant file (the sync for /home/vagrant).
Hi! Creator of PuPHPet here!

By default I make sure that the server is password-less. ie, you will not be able to login to your server with a password.

A private/public key is *required* to use DigitalOcean and PuPHPet!

You will not receive a welcome email. I think those only go out when you manually create a new droplet from DO's GUI.
I'm also having this problem, its asking me for a password the user vagrant@ even though I've got the key setup already
Btw, removing the following lines seems to fix it

config.vm.synced_folder "./", "/home/vagrant", id: "vagrant-root"
config.vm.synced_folder "./", "/var/www"
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