Since it is too difficult to build the environment every time, I made it possible to run OpenCV just by starting the VM. fleth/ubuntu-14.04_python2.7.6_opencv3.1
After installation, execute the following command.
mkdir -p ~/vms/opencv cd ~/vms/opencv vagrant init fleth/ubuntu-14.04_python2.7.6_opencv3.1; vagrant up --provider virtualbox
Now you can use the Python version of OpenCV by starting and logging in to the VM with the following command.
cd ~/vms/opencv vagrant up vagrant ssh
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