Hello, thanks for this tutorial.
Peshmerge☮
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nevermind, I have solved the problem. It had to do with Synced folders problem within npm and vagrant. I have added the following line to my vagrant file and it works :)

type: “rsync”, rsync__args: [“ — verbose”, “ — archive”, “ — delete”, “-z”]

It was added at the end of the line which defines the synced folder:
config.vm.synced_folder “.”, “/var/www”, :mount_options => [“dmode=777”, “fmode=666”]

There are multiple solutions, one of them is running vagrant with sudo rights from your host system (if you use Linux) I use Linux. But then you have to deal with another problem and it’s about the user ID. 
here is a SO question and solution: 
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31644222/vagrant-not-starting-up-user-that-created-vm-doesnt-match-current-user

Thanks :)

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