I followed this https://www.linode.com/docs/guides/drupal-with-docker-compose/ to build my Drupal project. I had created a docker compose file and executed docker-compose up -d command. Below is the error I get. PS C:Userszeeshmy_drupal> docker compose up -d can’t find a suitable configuration file in this directory or any parent: not found PS C:Userszeeshmy_drupal> Docker-compose.yml file version: ‘3.3’ services: ..
I have this simple setup https://github.com/Gdr-design/drupal-docker-with-solr Everything works perfectly but the solr container on each boot (docker up -d) generates a different volume, so the volumes pile up indefinitely … How can I avoid this, using the same volume all the time? Thanks Source: Docker..
I created my project folder in Ubuntu at: /home/my_username/Projects/drupal9doc1 And put in this folder: Docker-based Drupal stack Configured the docker-compose.yml and .env files and then wrote the command in the terminal: docker-compose up -d running the necessary images for the local rise of the Drupal site. I created index.php files with phpinfo() function in my ..
I created my project folder in Ubuntu at: /home/my_username/Projects/drupal9doc1 And put in this folder: Docker-based Drupal stack Configured the docker-compose.yml and .env files and then wrote the command in the terminal: docker-compose up -d started the necessary images for the local rise of the Drupal site. I created index.php files with phpinfo() function folder to ..
I installed Docker and Docker Compose I downloaded the latest release Docker-based Drupal stack (there are php, mariadb, apache images etc.) and put it in the my project folder /var/www/html/mydrupaldocker Next, I made the settings in the .env and docker-compose.yml files and running the containers with the command: docker-compose up -d After running images from ..
I try do develop modules in Drupal9 using VSCode on Windows and Drupal 9 in a Docker Container (For that pupose, I am using the Docker for Drupal project) on the Window side I get in my VSCode workspace the following structure: PS C:UsersjeanpCONSULTANTdocker4drupal> dir Répertoire : C:UsersjeanpCONSULTANTdocker4drupal Mode LastWriteTime Length Name —- ————- —— ..
I need to install a Drupal 9 site using Docker and Docker-based Drupal stack. I installed the Docker engine and Docker Composer. I installed Drupal following https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYb8C18HjmY&t and composer create-project drupal-composer/drupal-project:9.x-dev some-dir –no-interaction from the /var/www/html directory. I get this error. You requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages. Problem 1 ..
I am developing a Drupal site using the latest official Drupal/PHP/Apache Docker image. I have some local directories mapped to inside the Drupal container as expected (modules, profiles, sites, themes). When I create a module and try to, for example, extend a Drupal class such as BlockBase, I get an error saying BlockBase is undefined. ..
Been fighting with the problem for a month now. Have Drupal 9 set up on Azure App service with docker images running php8 (base image drupal:9.1.7-php8.0-apache) I have found out that there are two ways to have the "sites/default/files" public files directory served in azure: Symlink "sites/default/files" folder to "/home/files" folder and set WEBSITES_ENABLE_APP_SERVICE_STORAGE to ..
I am working with the Docker version of Drupal 8. I have seen a lot of posts about editing code or adding some code to use some functions but I can’t figure out where do I put the code. For example this article explains about working with Leaflet overlays, but where does the code go? ..