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Missing .env file on local install

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  • Aleksandar Popovski    ( User ) 1 week ago
    I got a 500 error on invoice import and I am trying to figure out the issue. I read the docs on activating debug but I have no .env file inside the root of the installation. The installation went fine and there is no issue in how akaunting works. Any idea how to activate debug mode or locate/create .env file.

    Thanks
    Alex
  • Leonardo Gomes    ( User ) 1 week ago
    Hello Aleksandar.
    It seems a bit weird to me. the .env contains really imporatant information such as your database information. So if it is the real case, you may see the login page(yet, i think it wont appear nothing), but when you insert your credentials you should not be able to login.

    Can you give more information if you are using Windows, Mac or Linux? Are You using VsCode or something else to check the code? If you are using Windows, the option the "Show Hidden files" may be disable, in this case you won't be able to see the file.

    Cheers,

  • Aleksandar Popovski    ( User ) 1 week ago
    Hello Leonarndo

    Thank you for your help. I am using Linux . I can login and I can user akaunting without any problem except the import function that did not work and through out 500 error. That is why I wanted to activate debug mode . I am not using anything to check the code or I have not changed anything its just a fresh install. Here all the files in the root taken from cli.

    config nginx.example.com.conf storage
    app database overrides vendor
    artisan index.php public web.config
    bootstrap LICENSE.txt resources
    cgi-bin manifest.json routes
    composer.json modules serviceworker.js


    Thank you again for the help
    Alex
  • Aleksandar Popovski    ( User ) 1 week ago
    config
    nginx.example.com.conf
    storage
    app
    database
    overrides
    vendor
    artisan
    index.php
    public
    web.config
    bootstrap
    LICENSE.txt
    resources
    cgi-bin
    manifest.json
    routes
    composer.json
    modules
    serviceworker.js
  • Leonardo Gomes    ( User ) 1 week ago
    Hey Again Alex.

    Open a terminal and go to your project folder.
    Then run the command "ls -la"

    Post the result here please!
  • Aleksandar Popovski    ( User ) 1 week ago
    Thank you Leonardo , found it. It showed up in the ls list.
  • Leonardo Gomes    ( User ) 1 week ago
    That's Great ;)

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