Drupal VM's configuration is designed to work with RedHat and Debian-compatible operating systems. Therefore, if you switch the
config.yml to any compatible OS, Drupal VM and all it's configuration should Just Work™... but that's not always the case.
Currently-supported OSes are:
- Ubuntu 18.04 'Bionic' (default)
- RedHat Enterprise Linux / CentOS 8
- Debian 10 'Buster'
For certain OSes, there are a couple other caveats and tweaks you may need to perform to get things running smoothly—the main features and latest development is only guaranteed to work with the default OS as configured in
Some other OSes may work, but are not regularly tested with Drupal VM, and may require extra work to make everything work, depending on the version of Drupal you're using.
Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic LTS¶
Everything should work out of the box with Ubuntu 18.04.
RedHat Enterprise Linux / CentOS 8¶
Everything should work out of the box with RHEL 8.
Debian 10 Buster¶
Most everything should work out of the box with Debian 10. If you are installing
solr in the
installed_extras, you need to override the
java_packages in your
java_packages: - openjdk-11-jdk