I just made the upgrade to 2.0.2 but they don’t start. Stay all time in “STARTING LOCAL MACHINE”!
I download again and put in my Application folders but the problems persists! I restarted, made everything, and nothing works!
I only didn’t uninstall because I have 3 websites in development and I don’t know if I will lost if uninstall and re-install!
Someone can help me?
Can you please provide your log file? You can find it by going to Help » Reveal Local’s Log
Please try the following:
- Quit Local if it’s running
- Open /Applications/VirtualBox.app
- Right-click on
local-by-flywheel and go to “Reset”
- Re-open Local
The option RESET is not enabled!
One more thing you can try is going to Help » Restart Local’s Machine.
Sorry for the trouble!
Before was “STARTING LOCAL MACHINE” now is “LOCAL MACHINA RESTARTING”
Attached the newer version of log filelocal-by-flywheel.log (623.6 KB)
Right. Same problem here. Local machine is in the state of perpetual boot. There goes my another day.
Update: Did a ‘headless’ start on virtualbox after quitting local and then it took two unsuccessful starts before it booted up. Running fine now.
Thanks. Headless start works for me too.
Same, reseting Virtual Box did it for me aswell. Thanks guys
Lifesaver @TheBigk, thx “headless” start & 2 startup fails, everything fine now.
I’m having exactly the same issues described here. ‘Headless start’ works for me too currently.
I’m having issues after re-start, and I’m bricking it that I’m going to loose my sites!!! what do you guys mean by headless start?
I’m on a Mac, how can I find this? Thanks for your help by the way.
Hi, I’ve had the same problem but couldn’t get it resolved, I have now reverted back to 2.0.1…
Thank you @MarkC it’s worked for me and seems to load lightning quick now!? It had started to get very slow for some reason?
Downside for me is, i have to do this every time (headless start) from now on, Local won’t startup normally,
Thanks for the investigation! I haven’t seen this happen before.
Do you all know what version of VirtualBox you’re on?