adaptcmsdirectory and modify your
.envfile with your database credentials, mail, anything that you see that you can enter credentials, or to choose drivers.
.env. Open up this new file and enter in your configuration, such as database info. Next, run this command to trigger the initial install, as well as setting up your first admin account:
laravel_permissions.shfile that you can run. Please note before running this command to ensure your apache/nginx username matches
www-datain the file, and to either create or edit the group name
devthat is in the file. We've found having a properly set up user with group permissions to be a big key to getting everything working right.
dev, but that name can be quickly replaced in the permissions bash file: