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Install Drush on Drupal 8

This article will guide you on steps to #install #Drush in #Drupal 8. Drush is a command-line utility to manage Drupal #CMS. For this installation of the Drush scripting interface, we will be working primarily on the command line. This is because Drush is a command line interface, and all of the commands you will use will need to be issued from there.

Drush is the command line shell and Unix scripting interface for Drupal.

To Install a global Drush via #Composer:

1. Install Composer globally.

2. Install the cgr tool following the instructions in that project.

3. Add composer's bin directory to the system path by placing export PATH="$HOME/.

4. Install latest stable Drush: cgr drush/drush .

5. Verify that Drush works: drush status.

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Install imagemagick on CentOS

This article will guide you on steps to #install #ImageMagick and fix its errors. Basically, ImageMagick is used to manipulate the digital images.

ImageMagick helps to create, edit, compose, or convert #bitmap images. It can read and write images in a variety of formats (over 200) including #PNG, JPEG, GIF, HEIC, TIFF, DPX, EXR, WebP, Postscript, PDF, and #SVG.

To install ImageMagick from the source:

1. First #download the latest version of the program sources - ImageMagick.

2. Unzip the package to a folder of choice.

3. In the folder where you have unzipped ImageMagick run the configuration script.

4. If no errors were found, you can start the install process.

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Working with Database Configuration in Laravel

This article will guide you on steps to set up #development and testing databases for Laravel by using database migrations and #seeders. Database migration means moving your data from one platform to another. To run #laravel migrations, first you have to configure your #database connection, and then you use Artisan, Laravel's #command line interface, to install the migrations table and run, revert, create. This command causes #Artisan to create a special table in your database to keep track of what #migrations have already been executed.

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