JohnyMuffinYT

Solder Problems with php artisan migrate

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Hello

I have been trying to setup Solder on a OVH vps running ubuntu 14.04 64-bit

I have been successful up till it asks you to run the command: (php artisan migrate:install)

When i try to run the command i get the following error message:

http://pastebin.com/19zY7tpX

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
 

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There's a discord server invite in the solder docs page, use it, ask in there.

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