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There can be another solution. If you had run: $ chmod -R 777 var pub generated and nothing was happen (still 500 error on website access) Then, restart the container (docker has a button for that). Enjoy!


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After building up your container update host url for elasticsearch. Type following command from CLI bin/magento config:set catalog/search/elasticsearch7_server_hostname elasticsearch By default, elasticsearch host url is localhost


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In my case Elasticsearch wa installed via brew (Mac) on Host. And for access from Docker used Elasticsearch host - like host.docker.internal http://host.docker.internal just try in Docker cli curl -X GET "http://host.docker.internal:9200/_cat/nodes?v&pretty"


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The problem is due to the ordering of repositories - we're using satis to as a private package server. For some reason, satis says that the dev-master branch is available, but wouldn't correctly provide it (it works for tags, though). By changing the file so that the git repo is listed ahead of satis, it works: { "repositories": [ { ...


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Sharing below one-time steps ideally for the local setup, especially stand-alone Magento setups. Commands mainly for Ubuntu-based. Use whoami command to find out which user is currently on. Mostly you will get non-root users. someotheruser@core:/var/www/html$ whoami Should output as below: someotheruser Optional: Below one only requires if you are on non ...


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Please remove your Database and create new DB again than restart install again. It's working perfectly.


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