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   1  ## Using Vagrant with phpBB
   2  
   3  phpBB includes support for Vagrant. This allows developers and contributors to run phpBB without the need to set up their own local web server with traditional WAMP/MAMP stacks. It also provides a consistent environment between developers for writing and debugging code changes more productively.
   4  
   5  phpBB uses the [Laravel/Homestead](https://laravel.com/docs/5.1/homestead) Vagrant box. It runs a Linux server with Ubuntu 14.04, PHP 5.6, Nginx, SQLite3, MySQL, and a whole lot more (complete specs below).
   6  
   7  ## Get Started
   8  
   9  * Download and Install [Vagrant](https://www.vagrantup.com/downloads.html)
  10  * Download and Install [VirtualBox](https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads)
  11  * Run `vagrant up` from the root of your cloned fork of the phpBB Git repository
  12  
  13  ```sh
  14  $ vagrant up
  15  ```
  16  
  17  * Access phpBB at `http://192.168.10.10/`
  18  * Username: **admin**
  19  * Password: **adminadmin**
  20  
  21  ## Additional commands:
  22  * Access your Linux server from the command line:
  23  
  24  ```sh
  25  $ vagrant ssh
  26  ```
  27  
  28  * Pause your server:
  29  
  30  ```sh
  31  $ vagrant suspend
  32  ```
  33  
  34  * Shut down your server:
  35  
  36  ```sh
  37  $ vagrant halt
  38  ```
  39  
  40  * Delete and remove your server:
  41  
  42  ```sh
  43  $ vagrant destroy
  44  ```
  45  
  46  > Note: destroying the vagrant server will remove all traces of the VM from your computer, reclaiming any disk space used by it. However, it also means the next time you vagrant up, you will be creating a brand new VM with a fresh install of phpBB and a new database.
  47  
  48  ## Customising the phpBB configuration
  49  
  50  By default, phpBB is pre-configured to install with a MySQL database. You can, however, switch to PostegreSQL or SQLite3 by editing the `phpbb-install-config.yml` file in the vagrant directory. The next time you run `vagrant up` (or `vagrant provision`) it will be installed under the new configuration.
  51  
  52  If you prefer to access phpBB from the more friendly URL `http://phpbb.app` then you must update your computer's hosts file. This file is typically located at `/etc/hosts` for Mac/Linux or `C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts` for Windows. Open this file and add the following line to it, at the very bottom, and save.
  53  
  54  ```
  55  192.168.10.10  phpbb.app
  56  ```
  57  
  58  ## How it all works
  59  
  60  When you vagrant up, the Laravel/Homestead box is transparently loaded as a Virtual Machine on your computer (this may take several minutes the very first time while it downloads the VM image to your computer). Your local phpBB repository clone is mirrored/shared with the VM, so you can work on the phpBB code on your computer, and see the changes immediately when you browse to phpBB at the URL provided by the VM.
  61  
  62  This is very similar to traditional methods of working with a local WAMP/MAMP stack, except the webserver is now being provided by a VM of a Linux server. The advantages here are the exact same Linux server environment is being used by everybody who uses Vagrant with phpBB, so there will be consist behaviour unlike when everybody is developing on different versions of PHP, server configurations, etc.
  63  
  64  The environment is also "sandboxed" from your system. This means you don't need to worry about adjusting your own computer's internal PHP settings, setting up databases, or doing damage to your system or to phpBB. Other than the phpBB codebase, which lives on your computer, all execution is taking place within the VM and you can at any time, halt or destroy the VM and start a brand new one.
  65  
  66  There are some caveats, however. You can only run one vagrant VM for the phpBB repository. And of course, the database will be destroyed when you vagrant destroy. If the database is important, you should SSH into your vagrant VM and export/import the DB as needed using SSH commands.
  67  
  68  For example, to export/import a MySQL database (using phpBB's `store` directory):
  69  
  70  SSH into the VM
  71  
  72  ```sh
  73  $ vagrant ssh
  74  ```
  75  
  76  Export MySQL:
  77  
  78  ```sh
  79  $ mysqldump -uhomestead -psecret phpbb > /home/vagrant/phpbb/phpBB/store/phpbb.sql
  80  ```
  81  
  82  Import MySQL:
  83  
  84  ```sh
  85  $ mysql -uhomestead -psecret phpbb < /home/vagrant/phpbb/phpBB/store/phpbb.sql
  86  ```
  87  
  88  ---
  89  
  90  ## About the Laravel/Homestead box
  91  
  92  ### Included Software
  93  
  94  * Ubuntu 14.04
  95  * Git
  96  * PHP 5.6
  97  * HHVM
  98  * Nginx
  99  * MySQL
 100  * Sqlite3
 101  * Postgres
 102  * Composer
 103  * Node (With PM2, Bower, Grunt, and Gulp)
 104  * Redis
 105  * Memcached
 106  * Beanstalkd
 107  * Blackfire Profiler
 108  
 109  ### MySQL Access
 110  
 111  - Hostname: 127.0.0.1
 112  - Username: homestead
 113  - Password: secret
 114  - Database: phpbb
 115  - Port: 3306
 116  
 117  ### PostgreSQL Access
 118  
 119  - Hostname: 127.0.0.1
 120  - Username: homestead
 121  - Password: secret
 122  - Database: phpbb
 123  - Port: 5432


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