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I have cloned a laravel 9 project which is working in the System it created.
The laravel project uses sail to run the project in PHP 8. I am not able to run the local version in the system where I cloned the project.
I tried the following code as per the documentation
docker run --rm -u "$(id -u):$(id -g)" -v $(pwd):/var/www/html -w /var/www/html laravelsail/php81-composer:latest composer install --ignore-platform-reqs
This gives an error telling a composer.json is not found
I have then tried docker compose up
and it fails at the first building phase
My PHP version is 7.4 but I need PHP 8 in the container to run laravel 9
Can anyone explain how I can run git cloned dockerized laravel 9
double check if composer.json is there it must be since it contains all the configuration packages, dependencies, etc.
Once you find it run the following commands on the
- composer install
- composer update -o –optimize-autoloader
- composer dump-autoload -o –optimize
Be sure to not get any dependency error and/or version conflicts and finally run:
php artisan serve, so the app runs in localhost:8000
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