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 # Instant Java provisioning with Vagrant and Puppet: Stash one click install
 
-#OR
-
 Being an efficiency and automation freak I always try to streamline and
 automate repetitive tasks. And so my antennas went up immediately when I
 started hearing about [Provisioning frameworks][13]; I started to incorporate
 
 So what better testbed for the tool than the shiny new [Stash 2.2 release][2]?
 
-## Objective: provide me and fellow developers an almost one-click install for Stash
+## Objective: provide me and fellow developers a (almost) one-click install for Stash
 
 Alright I say *almost* because you need just a few dependencies if you want to
 use a configuration/provisioning framework, specifically a recent version of
 2. Open your favorite terminal and add a `base` virtual machine or provide your
    own:
 
-
-    vagrant box add base http://files.vagrantup.com/precise32.box
+        vagrant box add base http://files.vagrantup.com/precise32.box
 
 3. Clone the [stash-vagrant-install][4] project by typing at your command line:
 
 
-    git clone https://bitbucket.org/durdn/stash-vagrant-install.git
-    ***??? commit this to Atlassian Labs repositories?***
+        git clone https://bitbucket.org/durdn/stash-vagrant-install.git
+        ***??? commit this to Atlassian Labs repositories?***
 
-    cd stash-vagrant-install
+        cd stash-vagrant-install
 
 
 4. Start up and provision automatically all dependencies in the vm:
 
 
-    vagrant up
+        vagrant up
 
 5. ??? There is not step 5. ** You're DONE! **
 
 You can now access your brand new [Stash][8] installation with a browser at
 http://localhost:7990/setup
 
-Of course if you need to access the vm you can ssh into the box, you will find the stash installation in the `vagrant` folder:
+Of course if you need to access the vm you can ssh into the box, you will find
+the stash installation in the `vagrant` folder:
 
 
-    vagrant ssh
+        vagrant ssh
 
-    cd /vagrant
+        cd /vagrant
 
 And if you need to start Stash manually you can just type:
 
 
-    ????STASH_HOME=/vagrant/stash-home /vagrant/atlassian-stash-2.0.1/bin/start-stash.sh
+        STASH_HOME=/vagrant/stash-home /vagrant/atlassian-stash-2.2.0/bin/start-stash.sh
 
 ## Under the hood
 
 [1]: http://www.vagrantup.com
 [2]: http://www.atlassian.com/en/software/stash/whats-new/stash-22
 [3]: https://www.virtualbox.org
-[4]: MISSING
+[4]: https://bitbucket.org/durdn/stash-vagrant-install
 [5]: http://git-scm.com
 [6]: https://puppetlabs.com/puppet/what-is-puppet/
-[7]: MISSING
+[7]: https://bitbucket.org/durdn/stash-vagrant-install/src/7ecd966939b34c3cf62643c14a566564521d293a/manifests/default.pp?at=master
 [8]: http://www.atlassian.com/software/stash/overview
 [9]: http://jdk7.java.net
 [10]: http://oracle.com
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