Standardizing a development environment with Docker is challenging for a variety of reasons, the most common being that Docker simply is not the best of friends with Windows; particularly versions before Windows 10. Regardless, when you’re running a modern development team with engineers and designers who have varying preferences of Read more…
Tired of the permission errors with your cache/logs in a Vagrant environment? Me too! After being mildly annoyed with having to manually delete /var/cache and /var/logs repeatedly during “local” development, I decided to brut force matters into my own hands and solve this little annoyance once and for all. Ironically, Symfony 3.3 Read more…
If you’re experiencing a fatal error when loading a Vagrant machine, chances are you just need to upgrade your version of Vagrant. Specifically this error, when using ubuntu/xenial (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS)
/sbin/ifdown eth1 2> /dev/null
Upgrade your local install of Vagrant to at least 1.8.5 and you’ll be set.