I have been using wonderful laragon for a year but now i have a 502 error when i want to access magic links like:
myProject.dev it will lead to 502 error, but when i access localhost/myProject it works fine.
i uninstalled the laragon many time with no success.
I'm try to connect all my local computer to use my app. LIke i install my app on main computer and install on that. and when someone open on another computer which is connected with main computer(via wifi or cable) .
MySQL Workbench can't connect to MySQL. If i run "mysql -u root -p -h 127.0.0.1 -P 3306" in windows CMD i get an error ('mysql' is not recognized as an internal or external command...) but if i run it in Cmder it works fine. This started after i installed laragon.
AppServ Open Project - 8.5.0 for Windows
phpMyAdmin Database Manager Version 4.6.4
is it possible to keep it un affected while using Laragon
i try but i cant run both
if i used laragon it Appserv is stopped
how to run bot
laragon port is 8000
while appserv is 80
Problem on Migration Laravel 5.4
SQLSTATE: Syntax error or access violation: 1071 Specified key was too long; max key length is 767 bytes (SQL: alter table users add unique users_email_unique(email))
SQLSTATE: Syntax error or access violation: 1071 Specified key was too long; max key length is 767 bytes
Need to Upgrade MariaDB to 10.2.3 for solve this problem
I use visual studio code for windows for development. It has an integrated terminal but still i cannot use the composer,npm or git commands from it as it uses PATH based on the Windows 10.
Is there a way to merge both PATH variables on LARAGON installation so the terminal commands can be used even without CMDER. If certain cases arise.
Right now I have changed the base path of the terminal settings in vscode to open cmder, but it opens in a seperate window. The integrated terminal is very helpful for making quick artisan migration etc for use with laravel.
Please let me know if there is a way to merge them without manually copying the PATH variables from laragon installation.