Why do I get these warnings on a fresh install of vagrant?¬

Text version of command line in windows 10:

`D:\.vagrant.d\boxes>vagrant box remove hashicorp/precise64 ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'bundler' for '.vagrant', ignoring... ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'machines' for '.vagrant' ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'rgloader' for ' Removing box 'hashicorp/precise64' (v1.1.0) with provider 'vmware_fusion'... ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'bundler' for '.vagrant' ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'machines' for '.vagrant' ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'rgloader' for '.vagrant' ignoring... ignoring... .vagrant' ignoring... ignoring... ignoring... D:\.vagrant.d\boxes>vagrant box list ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'bundler' for ' ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'machines' for '.vagrant', ignoring.. ==> vagrant: Invalid version 'rgloader' for '.vagrant', ignoring... There are no installed boxes! Use .vagrant', ignoring... \`vagrant box add to add some. D:\.vagrant.d\boxes>\`

[Screen shot of command line in windows 10](https://i.gyazo.com/ce59a601dfe331d6f1fa07d1c7ad3aa5.png)

I tried to google for the above but basically is a line like `==> vagrant: Invalid version 'bundler' for '.vagrant', ignoring...` anything to worry about? What does all the above mean? How can I resolve and fix it?

1 thought on “Why do I get these warnings on a fresh install of vagrant?¬”

  1. a directory `.vagrant.d` is where vagrant stores its administration and other stuff, you don’t have any business there. Usually.

    create a nice vagrant directory for yourself in your home dir, and a sub directory for each vagrant project (roughly Vagrantfile), then try again.

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