Configuring Laravel on our Server for Deploying a Laravel 5 App

Configuring Laravel on our Server for Deploying a Laravel 5 App

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20 Comments

Joao Rodrigues

at 4:27 pm

Thanks! Awesome tutorials. Keep the good job 😀

N Manoilov

at 12:04 am

I clicked on your Vultr affiliate link and I don’t see anywhere that the $20 credit has been applied to my account. Other then that, I love your tutorials.

Ali Elsayed

at 11:52 pm

really Thank you

CÔNG NGHĨA TẠ

at 1:46 pm

In my configure: ” chown -R :www-data /usr/share/nginx/html/ronnlive/” It gets an error: “chown: invalid group: ‘:www-data’” . How to fix it?

HM Nayem

at 8:21 am

You are just a great teacher. And most importantly you make all the content free. I love the way you teach. Thanks a lot..

Nderitu Kelvin

at 3:28 pm

From a newbie to guru.., Your tutorials are just perfect.., lots of thanks from Kenya

Nima Abbasi

at 10:30 pm

Awesome!

Mateusz Radke

at 7:48 pm

This series is awesome. Thanks JaCurtis.

Brad Weldy

at 5:17 am

Alex is the MAN!

Matteo Bonanno

at 3:38 pm

@DevMarketer thank you very match for this awesome guide. I finally deployed my Laravel application, you are an excellent teacher! Absolutely flawless!

Junior Frogie

at 5:55 pm

I was fine, till the last step of config database. Got error [IlluminateDatabaseQueryException]
SQLSTATE[42S02]: Base table or view not found:

Fredy Nph

at 5:23 am

Thanks Thanks Thanks THAAANKS!!! Awesome!

prasad Boyane

at 8:39 am

Best deployment series for Laravel…great job..keep up !!!

Danny O’donoghue

at 8:26 pm

Hi Alex! I’m new in laravel. I already created a website of mine with crud. Can i use this deployment tutorial in WINDOWS 8.1? B’coz you used Unbuntu. I get confused. Can you help me? I’ve watched all of your tutorials, and i learned a lot. If i can follow this tutorial to deploy my Laravel app using WINDOWS 8.1, please reply me. So i can re-watched your video and follow your steps 🙂 thanks a lot! I’m expecting for your reply. Kuddos!

Jakša Tomović

at 2:51 pm

I did everything the same but i got an error on migrating:
SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] No such file or directory (SQL: select * from informat
ion_schema.tables where table_schema = database_name and table_name = migration
s)
SQLSTATE[HY000] [2002] No such file or directory

Алексей Мельников

at 7:13 pm

What to do if env files is missing ?

Anwar Hamoude

at 6:59 am

Thanks for the series. Great to test the website I built on mobile- CSS is going to have some revisions. I was sending email successfully from localhost/phpmyadmin and it doesn’t send in production- strange right? I had so much odd things happen programming this server, at least the website is up- Let me list every problem I had; yeah instead maybe someone knows why my video playback on mobile really sucks. I’m testing the $10/mo. droplet from DigitalOcean, jQuery player freezes a bit on PC. On mobile the auto play is dead. I’m wondering what the problem is. In theory I’m the only person trying to use the website right now. If 100 people were looking at once- idk?

Gökhan Görkem

at 6:19 pm

Hi everybody! This course is very very good. Thank you for your work! Can I translate to turkish?

A Chaudhary

at 7:45 pm

one of the best tutorial.

James Pike

at 12:18 am

Laravel 5.6 needs php version 7.1.3 or above, so i found this and it worked for me:

https://www.vultr.com/docs/how-to-install-and-configure-php-70-or-php-71-on-ubuntu-16-04.

If you have installed all the php packages already, then you need to uninstall them: Run $sudo apt-get remove php*

Then you need to add specified PPA to the system apt repository:

$sudo apt-get install -y python-software-properties
$sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:ondrej/php
$sudo apt-get update –y

Then you can list all of the available PHP 7.1-related packages for review:

$apt-cache pkgnames | grep php7.1

Then Install:

$sudo apt-get install php7.1-mbstring php7.1-common php7.1-mysql php7.1-fpm

If you were following the video and you configured php earlier, you’ll have to do it again with the new php also.

Cheers, lovin’ the vids Alex.