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Getting No input file specified. with Laravel installation.

Here is my yaml file:

ip: ""
memory: 2048
cpus: 1

authorize: /Users/ericellenbrook/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

    - /Users/ericellenbrook/.ssh/id_rsa

    - map: /Users/ericellenbrook/Homestead/Sites/
      to: /home/vagrant/Sites/

    - map: dpm.app
      to: /home/vagrant/Sites/dpm/public

    - key: APP_ENV
      value: local

When I run pwd in the virtual box, I get /home/vagrant/Sites/dpm/public

My host file has this: dpm.app in it

Is there something I'm missing? Everything seems to fine for me?

5 Answers

Hampton Paulk maybe?

Eric Ellenbrook - Your file looks good.

if you go to - what do you get?

Joseph Fernandez
Joseph Fernandez
631 Points

i have the same problem, everything looks good in terms of mapping, but i am still getting a "No input file specified."

Did anyone find the solution?? I could not find the any one in the forum. It was working before and I am still getting a "input file specified" where does it comes from? If i could not find anything mean I have to delete all of my file where I download from composer and do all over again. will it work?

I got the solution was I exit all my Git bash and edit at hosts add to laravel.dev and all over try again to connect vagrant ssh focus on to make it work. I learned from this video http://blog.teamtreehouse.com/laravel-homestead-on-windows. it sounds like little complex its gives a lot of time all of those to understand how the steps those work.

Ran ShemTov
Ran ShemTov
14,148 Points

this is obviously the best comment ever.