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Installation Configuration
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If you see the php files in folders it might mean you haven't configured your server to run php code. Can you run simpliest php script like this?

<?php
phpinfo();
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This is by design. The "public" directory is the entry point into your application, you either need to specify it in your URL for development purposes, or for production - set it as the DocumentRoot, or inside a VirtualHost (Apache). For security purposes, anything below the public directory should not be accessible through your web server.

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