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Replied to Laravel Jetstream Profile-photos Not Showing
The original problem is not solved.
You assumed that the issue is caused by a wrong URL value inside env file, but it is not always the case.
I'm using Homestead VM inside a Windows 10 pro host. The URL is something normal (no port involved).
The profile photo is created an uploaded to profile-photos folder, but after that the web server can not find it (404 error).
Previously I had issues with the storage link. I was forced to use mklink command with /J parameter from Windows command line in order to create the directory link between public/storage and storage/app/storage.
If I use the ls command inside the Ubuntu VM, the "public/storage" folder looks like a symlink, but it is listed with red color which is not normal. So the problem is related with that symlink, shared between Linux and Windows systems. The web server has some kind of problem when trying to serve the image.
Any other suggestions?