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I'm having a similar issue here: I'm currently trying to get this homestead based laravel dev env working, and I'm unable to hit the home browser. I've made sure that my /etc/hosts file has 192.168.10.10 routed to sonya.local and my yaml file looks like this:
- map: ~/code to: /home/vagrant/code sites: - map: sonya.local to: /home/vagrant/code/sonya/public
The folder, ~/code exists and has a laravel project called "sonya" in it. The sites map /home/vagrant/code/sonya/public also exists in the correct place, but when I try to visit sonya.local, I get: This site can’t be reached sonya.local took too long to respond.
I've never worked with laravel, so I'm wondering if I'm just forgetting, or if there's something I'm missing. Found a tutorial that told me to look for an env file, but no such file exists either in homestead or my laravel project.
This step seems to be confusing to a lot of people, but I can't find any answers that specifically help.