Lighning-fast command line tool that sets the correct permissions on a Laravel project in a Linux environment. This is an opinionated tool, and assumes that you follow the domain-user approach to virtual hosts. That is, each virtual host has its own system user.
Run with V
v run laravel_permissions.v
- Type in the owner domain-user
- Type in the web server user group (defaults to www-data)
- Watch it fly:
running preflight checks os supported running as root preflight checks complete answer the following prompts, or type exit, quit, or q to quit. ? owner user (domain-user) required domain.com ? group (web-server user) www-data → adding owner to web-server group… → applying group and owner to /home/domain.com/www… → setting file permissions to 660… → setting directory permissions to 2770… → setting web-server group on storage and bootstrap/cache directories… → setting ug+rwx permissions on storage and bootstrap/cache directories… done.
Build for Production
v -prod -os linux
This will create a binary called
You can now dump this binary on your server however you see fit.