Just getting started with UserFrosting and have a couple errors to report for the install guide for setting up a Dev Environment and getting UserFrosting working (https://learn.userfrosting.com/installation/environment/homestead):
Under Get Started you have
git clone -b v7.20.0 https://github.com/laravel/homestead.git vagrant/Homestead
this outdated version of homestead didn’t work. Using just
git clone https://github.com/laravel/homestead.git vagrant/Homestead
worked fine, or you could get the most recent stable release.
The above puts vagrant in
vagrant/Homesteadbut the vagrant file uses
vagrant/homestead(all lowercase). This caused me some grief because the error just said there’s no file in
vagrant/homesteadand it took me a while to notice the lack of uppercase. So the command from #1 above should be switched to:
git clone https://github.com/laravel/homestead.git vagrant/homestead
There should be a notice/warning right before the
vagrant upcommand. Windows 10 will not execute everything properly unless you’re running the command as administrator. So you need to make sure you’re running windows powershell, or git bash or whatever shell as Administrator (usually by right clicking and saying “run as administrator” or you’ll most likely run into virtualbox network errors and other things.
A little farther down it has a section called
Access phpmyadmin, but it appears following the tutorial to the letter doesn’t actually install phpmyadmin. Not sure if things have changed, but installing the most recent version doesn’t seem to install phpmyadmin, and it’s not accessible by adding
192.168.10.10 phpmyadmin.testto the hosts file.
Hopefully that will help some Windows 10 devs!