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README.md

A LAMP environment using docker

A few scripts to have a LAMP environment with docker in a really easy way.

Features

  • A LAMP environment running in just one command (Apache 2.4 - PHP 7.1 - MySQL 5.5)
  • Prepared to have as many containers as you want (usually one per project)
  • Composer installed
  • XDebug installed
  • Mailhog installed for working with emails locally

How to use

There are 5 bash files to have a really easy way to do the common operations:

  • start.sh: This script has to be executed everytime that you want to start LAMP.
  • stop.sh: This script should be executed everytime that you finish working with LAMP.
  • clean.sh: This script is auxiliary, just in case you want to remove your LAMP environment. By executing that script the database data will be removed
  • You can access to the bash by executing ./bash.sh
  • You can access to the bash as a the root user by executing ./root_bash.sh

First time workflow

  • Do clone that repo and give to the repo folder a name related with your project.
  • Execute the start.sh script to initialize your environment ./start.sh
  • Go to http://localhost and you should see a sucessful message
  • Remove the www/index.html and place all your project's files in the folder www/

Now you have your environment ready! Just remember to execute stop.sh when you finish.

Normal workflow

  • Execute the start.sh script to start LAMP (./start.sh)
  • When you finish working execute the stop.sh script (./stop.sh)

Helper scripts

  • You can install Drush + Drupal 7 by executing ./scripts/install_drupal7.sh
  • You can install Drush + Drupal 8 by executing ./scripts/install_drupal8.sh
  • You can install WP CLI + Wordpress by executing ./scripts/install_wp.sh
  • You can access to the bash by executing ./bash.sh
  • You can access to the bash as a the root user by executing ./root_bash.sh

Notes

  • The database server host is not 'localhost'. Use 'db' instead of 'localhost'.
  • The database user is 'root' and the password is '123'
  • You can access to Mailhog in http://localhost:8025

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