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Homestead Vagrant Warning Authentication Failed

Laravel Homestead: Vagrant SSH authentication failure

Sometimes when commanding vagrant up, you can receive this error: You can cancel this by entering CTRL+C on a Mac. One of the ways that seems to help is doing: Then, you will see the location of the IdentityFile. For example: You can temporarily move/backup this file. When doing a vagrant up or vagrant provision […]

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Laravel Homestead restore old box Virtualbox

Restore old Homestead box in VirtualBox

Laravel comes with Homestead. When updating Laravel, you sometimes need to update Homestead as well. What is missing in the upgrade guide of Laravel is to backup essential information from Homestead, like SSH-keys and database information. Although, Homestead sites are meant to be complete with Laravel Migrations and Database Seeding, you still sometimes might have

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Letting WordPress and Laravel Work Together Without Translation Error for the Function __()

Introduction Integrating WordPress and Laravel can offer the best of both worlds, combining the robust content management capabilities of WordPress with the powerful backend development features of Laravel. However, when attempting to let WordPress and Laravel work together, developers may encounter an error related to the __() function, as both platforms have a function with

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Ubuntu Server with MinIO + Let's Encrypt + Laravel

Installing and Setting Up MinIO on Ubuntu + Lets Encrypt + Laravel integration

Looking for a cost-effective alternative to Amazon S3? MinIO is a great option. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the installation and basic setup of MinIO on your Ubuntu server, along with bonus steps to integrate it with Laravel/PHP. Of course, setting this up is at your own risk. We are not responsible for

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Search with Typesense for Laravel Scout

Using Typesense as your search provider for Laravel Scout and Instantsearch.

Typesense is a great open-source alternative for Algolia. Given that Algolia has a pretty expensive pricing package, it could be worth having a look to Typesense. On top of that, it has already some integrations with famous packages like Instantsearch.js and Laravel Scout. It started recently, so it’s documentation still lacks some examples. That is

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Setting up CircleCI Continuous Integration with Laravel – Then deploy Forge or Fortrabbit

Including Continuous Integration is great, but there are many providers to choose from. CircleCI has a pretty decent free plan, but using it for your Laravel app might be a bit confusing. Instructions for deploying Laravel 5.5 with Circle CI: This site has a nice boilerplate script: https://medium.com/@wesmahler/circleci-2-0-configuration-for-laravel-5-5-with-laravel-dusk-ab1cc9b9d4a7 But if you found a better script,

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Fixing VBoxManage: error: VMDK: descriptor does not start as expected in

When using Vagrant / Virtualbox and optionally Laravel Homestead it could occur that this message displays: There was an error while executing `VBoxManage`, a CLI used by Vagrant for controlling VirtualBox. The command and stderr is shown below. Command: [“startvm”, “{LONGOCDE}”, “–type”, “headless”] Stderr: VBoxManage: error: Could not open the medium ‘/Users/USER/VirtualBox VMs/homestead-7/ubuntu-….vmdk’. VBoxManage: error:

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