The default Apache web page shows for your project.
You have Apache installed and have created a Laravel project, but the web page returned by your browser is the default Apache web page.
Create an Apache Virtual Host for your project.
laravel:~$ cd /etc/apache2/sites-available laravel:/etc/apache2/sites-available$ sudo vi myapp.conf
Have the contents of the file match what's below.
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName myapp.localhost.com DocumentRoot "/home/vagrant/projects/myapp/public" <Directory "/home/vagrant/projects/myapp/public"> AllowOverride all </Directory> </VirtualHost>
Save the file, then continue below.
laravel:/etc/apache2/sites-available$ cd ../sites-enabled laravel:/etc/apache2/sites-enabled$ sudo ln -s ../sites-available/myapp.conf laravel:/etc/apache2/sites-enabled$ sudo service apache2 restart
If you're running a virtual machine under Vagrant, you may want to change the user and group to avoid permission issues.
To do this:
laravel:~$ cd /etc/apache2 laravel:/etc/apache2$ sudo vi envvars
Change the lines below to contain the desired user and group
export APACHE_RUN_USER=vagrant export APACHE_RUN_GROUP=vagrant
Save the file and restart apache.
laravel:/etc/apache2$ sudo service apache2 restart
This solution assumes several things.
- Your apache version is the type that places virtual hosts in
- Your Laravel project is in
- You have
myapp.localhost.comin your hosts file (the host file on your host operating system, where you're browser will run)
If the assumptions above are correct you should be able to point your browser to
http://myapp.localhost.com and see your Laravel web application.