You can also use composer? I thought OctoberCMS also has documentation about installing.
And with version 2.0 it even gets easier, you just provide the right url and you can set up OctoberCMS with 1 click.
@Kurre: I use Nginx extensively but Apache2 is still great and flexible (think about .htaccess)
Upcoming version of Laragon will use fast-cgi so memory consumption will reduce a lot (< 2MB) and also improve performance.
Hi leokhoa, why do you choose for fast-cgi? Why not php-fpm, is here a reason for it?
Is it possible to change the server api myself or is this not possible?
I run Drupal 7 locally and it's a bit slow, when I refresh my page 6 times, the Apache service is running at 100%, so therefore these questions .
I installed Drupal 8 on Laragon and everything is working just fine, except I can't get Drush to work.
I installed Drush through composer (globally and inside my Drupal project folder) and when I want to run a command in the Laragon terminal, my computer (windows 10), wants to run a program: drush.launcher. I need to select a program to open the drush.launcher file with.
Just like the problem described here: https://github.com/drush-ops/drush/issues/1696
Do I need to select cmd.exe for opening the drush.launcher file?
I hope someone else already got Drush working.
ps. I placed this in the wrong category and I don't see the option to change it.
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