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Just to double-check.. are you viewing the files in a way that would show you hidden dot files? For example, using "ls -a" instead of just "ls".

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Thanks for this. UNIX is not my forte and I didn't realize ls had an -a option. My bad!

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Unfortunately for me, when I installed Laravel 5.1 with Composer, the following files are missing:

.env    .env.example     .gitattributes    .gitignore

I also checked the folder using this command:

ls -a

ls -a

Any idea what happened?

Last updated 8 years ago.
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Debiprasad said:

Unfortunately for me, when I installed Laravel 5.1 with Composer, the following files are missing:

.env .env.example .gitattributes .gitignore ...

Any idea what happened?

I understand how those files went missing. I moved the files from one folder to another using a command which skipped all those hidden files.

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