We have multiple people working on a craft site using Vagrant and Virtual Box for our local server.
I am running MacOS Sierra, and everything works as expected. A couple of our other developers have updated to run High Sierra, and when they would pull down the git repo for the project this error shows up:
include(/vagrant/app/craft/app/vendor/composer/../twig/twig/lib/Twig/Source.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory
This happens when Vagrant is up and running successfully, gulp is watching, and all the user is trying to do is connect to localhost:3000 through their browser. These computers had successfully worked on the project in the past before updating their OS.
We tried doing a fresh pull down of the repo on a computer that had never worked on the project (but also using High Sierra) and we get the same exact error. So the only thing we know that is different between my computer (which works as expected) and the others is that mine is running Sierra and the others are running High Sierra.
We've tried searching online for this issue, but haven't found anybody posting similar enough problems. Also, I am posting this here since it is a Craft CMS project, so if I should switch this to a different stack exchange, let me know. Thank you!
config.vm.box = "ubuntu/trusty32" config.vm.box_url = "https://vagrantcloud.com/ubuntu/boxes/trusty32"
Tools: Vagrant, Virtual Box, Gulp, rsync installed through homebrew
Let me know if there is anything specific about our setup that you'll need to see to be more helpful.