I am trying to update the following script - by changing the values as per my server details:
bin/magento setup:install \
--db-password="[email protected]" \
[email protected] \
[email protected] \
But when I am trying to paste the updated file (Which I edited separately in Brackets - the code is not getting copied as desired.
Can anyone please suggest - what is the best way to edit the shell commands as per my needs?
Kindly let me know. Thank you.
Are you saying that you’re writing a script that contains this command, but doesn’t format correctly? Or are you saying that you’re unable to paste this into the CLI? I’m not sure I understand.
For the record, I’m pretty sure you can run this as a single line by removing the “
\” and line breaks. So, the aforementioned command would look like this:
bin/magento setup:install --base-url=http://18.104.22.168 --db-host=localhost --db-name=magento --db-user=magento --db-password="[email protected]" --admin-firstname=bob --admin-lastname=smith [email protected] --admin-user=bob [email protected] --language=en_US --currency=GBP --timezone=Europe/London --use-rewrites=1
Not very clear to a human, but possibly less problematic if you’re trying to incorporate it into a script.
Thanks for your message, Craig.
When I am trying to enter the install command on to my shell - the syntax is getting disturbed and my command is not getting pasted as desired.
To avoid this - I am thinking to save the install commands with multiple lines into a shell script - which I would like to execute in order to get the installation processed.
When I try using the way - you shared - I am running into an issue as noted below:
SQLSTATE[HY000]  Access denied for user ‘myuser’@‘localhost’ (using password: YES)
In InstallCommand.php line 274: Parameter validation failed
Can I just install Magento using
and later on pass on the values for parameters - login, DB and so on?
My install command script - is noted below:
bin/magento setup:install --base-url=http://xx.xxx.xxx.xx --db-host=localhost --db-name=mydb --db-user=myuser --db-password=“mypassword” --admin-firstname=myuser --admin-lastname=myuserpw [email protected] --admin-user=meabc --admin-password=myabcpw --language=en_US --currency=CAD --timezone=America/Toronto --use-rewrites=1
I finally managed to create a separate shell script - with the code I wanted to run on the command prompt.
chmod +x filename.sh
Once that is completed - I ran the shell script using the following command on the command prompt.
Thank you, Craig!
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