Error when logging in after wave install

Solved Posted In Wave
  • rob-brunner 9 months ago
    Hi -
    
    I just installed wave and when I log in I get the following error:
    Missing storage symlink
    We could not find a storage symlink. This could cause problems with loading media files from the browser.
    
    Any ideas?
    
    Thanks!
    
    -Rob

    Hi -

    I just installed wave and when I log in I get the following error: Missing storage symlink We could not find a storage symlink. This could cause problems with loading media files from the browser.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!

    -Rob

  • Best Answer

    (As selected by rob-brunner)

    rob-brunner 9 months ago
    Thanks oltean-tiberiu!  After some googling I found a suggestion to run the following with the paths relevant to my application
    
    ln -sfn /AnotherAppName/storage/app/public/ /AnotherAppName/public/storage
    
    After doing so and logging in and clicking fix symlink the error went away.  However, there are still broken avatar and other image links.  Any ideas?

    Thanks oltean-tiberiu! After some googling I found a suggestion to run the following with the paths relevant to my application

    ln -sfn /AnotherAppName/storage/app/public/ /AnotherAppName/public/storage

    After doing so and logging in and clicking fix symlink the error went away. However, there are still broken avatar and other image links. Any ideas?

  • oltean-tiberiu 9 months ago
    Hi Rob,
    Try php artisan storage:link and after that log in in admin and clik Fix symlink. Please check your in your laravel storage and bootstrap  rights

    Hi Rob, Try php artisan storage:link and after that log in in admin and clik Fix symlink. Please check your in your laravel storage and bootstrap rights

  • rob-brunner 9 months ago
    Thanks oltean-tiberiu!  After some googling I found a suggestion to run the following with the paths relevant to my application
    
    ln -sfn /AnotherAppName/storage/app/public/ /AnotherAppName/public/storage
    
    After doing so and logging in and clicking fix symlink the error went away.  However, there are still broken avatar and other image links.  Any ideas?

    Thanks oltean-tiberiu! After some googling I found a suggestion to run the following with the paths relevant to my application

    ln -sfn /AnotherAppName/storage/app/public/ /AnotherAppName/public/storage

    After doing so and logging in and clicking fix symlink the error went away. However, there are still broken avatar and other image links. Any ideas?

  • rob-brunner 9 months ago
    Figured out the broken images.  The App_URL in my .env file had a mistake in it.  Thanks again!

    Figured out the broken images. The App_URL in my .env file had a mistake in it. Thanks again!

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