Choose your level of difficulty (very easy to very hard) when installing the platform.
Easy, just needed to install vagrant and virtualbox (from Ubuntu repository in my case) and run vagrant up (and sandbox.sh start inside the VM). I just only had to modify a little bit the Vagrantfile for adjusting the memory assigned to the VM, according to my laptop resources.
No problems (except the high memory/cpu requirements).
Also easy for Mac OS X.
For Windows 10, don't forget to activate the HyperV option in Windows and just be sure the vagrant version is compatible with the virtual box.
In my case I had vagrant 2.2.0 with virtual box 5.2 and had to do some adaptations in vagrant files like indicated here: Support for VirtualBox 5.2 · Issue #9090 · hashicorp/vagrant · GitHub
I also needed to give the provider in the launching command
vagrant up --provider=virtualbox
I tried on windows 10 and using putty - it was easy and simple commands.
Retrieving data ...