I followed your tutorials on setting up Ubunto 18 server on windows 10, and then your other tutorial on installing Magento 2.3, and it all works perfectly, sort of.
The next logical step is how to work in the windows environment (simple text/php storm, copy/paste files into media), and those files having the correct permissions for Magento to work with.
I accomplished mapping a network drive using SSHFS
And then I mapped in widows to \sshfs\yourRemoteLogin@127.0.0.1\ … \ … \var\www<magento directory>\html (minus the spaces that I had to use to get the forum to show dots and back slashes)
And making sure to use a different login, and logging in as yourRemoteLogin (user called magento)
This allows me to see files, and even edit them, but they don’t seem to have the correct permissions, and I’ve only been able to get it to work when I use chmod -R 777
This is obviously not going to work for a real world scenario, where I’m going to use Git to publish my local work to my AWS account.
Wow, that was a lot, and not a very clean solution (even for just learning Magento). So, how do you recommend users work with the ubunto/magento files via windows (file explorer/editor) that solves all of these nasty permissions issues so Magento can see a new theme, files, etc.
Thanks for the great tutorials,