We've assembled the resources listed below as your jumping off point for Hydra tutorials including Dive-into-Hydra.
The machine is configured with a user named 'vagrant' and password set to 'vagrant'. The virtual machine uses NAT to access network resources, but port forwarding has been setup to allow you to view the Rails development server, Solr, and Fedora from your main browser.
For performanace and compatabilty with most systems, the VM is configured to use only 2048MB of memory and 2 CPUs. If your system has significantly more or less RAM installed, you may want to adjust the memory allocation accordingly. You can do this by editing the Vagrantfile in the tutorial directory.
NOTES: The system is configured to facilitate development and most security settings are left relatively open - DO NOT USE THIS VM FOR PRODUCTION PURPOSES
If you're going through Dive Into Hydra using the provided Vagrant VM, please be sure to substitute the instructions here for the corresponding steps in the online tutorial.
cp /var/tmp/downloads/* /tmp
solr_wrapper -p 8983 -d /vagrant/hydra-demo/solr/config/ --collection_name hydra-development -i ~/services/solr-5.4.1
fcrepo_wrapper -p 8984 -d ~/services/fcrepo-data -i ~/services/fcrepo-4.5.0
rails server -b 0.0.0.0
You can follow the Sufia Quickstart steps here: https://goo.gl/xKNLSy