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If this is a dev - env, simply add $settings['trusted_host_patterns'] = [$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']]; But never do this in production.


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Use Drush Luncher it can be easily installed on each linux distributes by : wget -O drush.phar https://github.com/drush-ops/drush-launcher/releases/download/0.6.0/drush.phar chmod +x drush.phar sudo mv drush.phar /usr/bin/drush old method, with using yum sudo yum install https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-$(rpm -E '%{rhel}')....


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One of the support staff at MoreThanThemes was kind enough to provide some direction on how they do this. You can see the result in the structure of their free or paid themes. In short, the steps are pretty simple for what might be termed a cloned installation. The steps are basically the following. Create a clone of the site that you want to install (...


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The guys over at Drupal's Slack channel pointed me in the right direction. I added detailed troubleshooting infos to the Content Moderation Guide. If you enable Content Moderation (drush en content_moderation) on a site, that was not installed using Drupal's Standard Profile as a base, you will run into some problems which require a few manual steps before ...


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I had a similar issue on Windows 10. I didn't notice where the issue was coming from at first because I had Drush installed both globally and locally. After uninstalling drush globally, I noticed drush was not found anymore. After adding my local drush to my PATH I finally managed to launch the site install command.


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