Logo not showed and storage errors displayed

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  • jose-valle 1 month ago
    Hello,
    
    Several issues, starting with Wave in local installation, for testing and learning:
    
    -Starting Wave in browser shows directory listing. Doesn't works like other Laravel installations. Added an .htaccess seems fix the problem. Is the right way?
    
    -Wave logo in public, and in admin appears as a broken image.
    
    -Checking for an image in browser, returns 403 forbidden:
    http://wave.local.web/storage/settings/September2019/AeERNrrkTs5J6gk8kJ8D.png
    
    -trying the php artisan storage:link from admin returns...
    
    > Artisan Command Output:
    > The command "cd /Volumes/Mac Secondary/myuser/Sites/local.web/wave && php artisan storage:link" failed.
    > 
    > Exit Code: 1(General error)
    > 
    > Working directory: /Volumes/Mac Secondary/myuser/Sites/local.web/wave/public
    > 
    > Output:
    > ================
    > 
    > 
    > Error Output:
    > ================
    > sh: line 0: cd: /Volumes/Mac: No such file or directory
    > 
    
    Looks like has a problem with space in directory name.
    
    -Then I tried from command line: php artisan storage:link
    In Filesystem.php line 252:
    symlink(): No such file or directory  
    
    Same problem?
    
    Thanks
    Jose
      
    
    
    
    

    Hello,

    Several issues, starting with Wave in local installation, for testing and learning:

    -Starting Wave in browser shows directory listing. Doesn't works like other Laravel installations. Added an .htaccess seems fix the problem. Is the right way?

    -Wave logo in public, and in admin appears as a broken image.

    -Checking for an image in browser, returns 403 forbidden: http://wave.local.web/storage/settings/September2019/AeERNrrkTs5J6gk8kJ8D.png

    -trying the php artisan storage:link from admin returns...

    Artisan Command Output: The command "cd /Volumes/Mac Secondary/myuser/Sites/local.web/wave && php artisan storage:link" failed.

    Exit Code: 1(General error)

    Working directory: /Volumes/Mac Secondary/myuser/Sites/local.web/wave/public

    Output:

    Error Output:

    sh: line 0: cd: /Volumes/Mac: No such file or directory

    Looks like has a problem with space in directory name.

    -Then I tried from command line: php artisan storage:link In Filesystem.php line 252: symlink(): No such file or directory

    Same problem?

    Thanks Jose

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  • leonardo-aguilar 1 week ago
    HI, I have the same problem. Several error 500 in the admin panel and no logo.

    HI, I have the same problem. Several error 500 in the admin panel and no logo.

  • leonardo-aguilar 1 week ago
    Solved, Fixed.
    
    FIXED !!
    
    Delete public/storage folder and run the command in cmd
    
    php artisan storage:link
    
    Other tips , check the app name in the config file ,  check if you user port
    
    
    sample:
    APP_NAME=Wave
    APP_ENV=local
    APP_KEY=base64:cNVSQRRBjAOcDXr7KGQob1B1Tf5wMGPcdh87Tdt8Rwc=
    APP_DEBUG=false
    APP_LOG_LEVEL=debug
    APP_URL=http://localhost:8000

    Solved, Fixed.

    FIXED !!

    Delete public/storage folder and run the command in cmd

    php artisan storage:link

    Other tips , check the app name in the config file , check if you user port

    sample: APP_NAME=Wave APP_ENV=local APP_KEY=base64:cNVSQRRBjAOcDXr7KGQob1B1Tf5wMGPcdh87Tdt8Rwc= APP_DEBUG=false APP_LOG_LEVEL=debug APP_URL=http://localhost:8000

  • jose-valle 4 days ago
    Hi, thanks for your support. Will check and confirm if it works.

    Hi, thanks for your support. Will check and confirm if it works.

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