Are you planning to host your Laravel project on AWS but don't know where to start? Linux commands can be daunting at first, but once you get the hang of it, hosting your project will be a breeze. Here are some of the most common Linux commands that you'll need to know:
- SSH - Secure Shell: Secure Shell is a protocol that allows you to connect securely to your AWS instance. To SSH into your instance, open your terminal and type:
ssh -i <path_to_your_key_file> ec2-user@<public_ip_of_your_instance>
Replace <path_to_your_key_file> with the file path to your key file and <public_ip_of_your_instance> with the public IP address of your AWS instance.
Replace <directory_path> with the path to the directory you want to navigate to.
This will display a list of files and directories in the current directory.
Replace <directory_name> with the name you want to give your new directory.
Replace <file_name> with the name of the file you want to open.
git clone <repository_url>
Replace <repository_url> with the URL of the Git repository you want to clone.
docker run <image_name>
Replace <image_name> with the name of the Docker image you want to run.
These are just some of the most common Linux commands that you'll need to know when hosting your Laravel project on AWS. With these commands in your arsenal, you'll be able to navigate through your file system, create directories, edit files, clone Git repositories, and run Docker containers with ease. Good luck and happy hosting! 🤖👨💻