To do an initial setup of the composer deps and install the DB
git clone https://github.com/nabeelio/phpvms.git cd phpvms make install
By default, the Makefile calls the system-wide
composer. If your host requires a
certain path or name for composer, add
COMPOSER= to the front of the
make command, e.g:
COMPOSER=composer.phar make install
For development, copy the included
env.php file. By
default, it uses sqlite instead of mysql. This makes it much easier to be able
to clear the database and new fixtures.
The easiest way to load locally is to install
Laravel Valet (if you're running a Mac).
Once you install it, go to your phpvms directory, and run:
cp env.php.example env.php php artisan key:generate make install # this will install everything valet link phpvms
Now going to http://phpvms.dev should work. If you want to use mysql,
follow the valet directions on installing mysql (
brew install mysql) and then update the
env.php file to point to the mysql.
The default username and password are "email@example.com" and "admin".
To see the available users in the development environment, see this file
To reset the database/clear cache, use this command.
You can run the reload-db command as much as you want. If you log in using the default login (firstname.lastname@example.org), this won't log you out, it'll just reload the database with all the sample data (from