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I figured it out. I managed to clone the repo, cloned the 5.1 documentation into the directory as 5.1, and then on the Homestead server go into the root of the app and run composer install. I have my own local copy of the website now that does pretty much all I need (except API documentation)


thanks a lot for sharing this solution! I have really wonky internet and wanted to have access to the offline documentation as well and the one off github is hard to read in .md format so I wanted the same as you. Now thanks to you I have the entire laravel website on my dev with the latest documentation!


personally I use a Google Chrome extension called "Laravel Offline Docs" it works very well for me


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