Keywords: Drupal - AWS - How to - Other
I'm currently playing around Azure and Bitnami with Drupal.
My drush isn't working.
I used "Drupal Certified by Bitnami" to create a default D8 site. Everything works out of the box, but I want to replace the default "Drupal" directory with my own project that is using the composer drupal-recommended project.
Steps I took:
I git pulled my project "sseto" and set everything up. I moved the default "Drupal" directory to "drupal-old". Then, I symlinked my project "sseto/web" to "drupal" directory.
Then, I tried to "drush updb" and "drush cr", and I get this: -bash: /opt/bitnami/drupal/vendor/bin/drush: No such file or directory
I looked at the .bashrc and I see PATH=/opt/bitnami/apache/bin:/opt/bitnami/apache2/bin:/opt/bitnami/common/bin:/opt/bitnami/drupal/vendor/bin:/opt/bitnami/gonit/bin:/opt/bitnami/mariadb/bin:/opt/bitnami/mariadb/sbin:/opt/bitnami/mysql/bin:/opt/bitnami/php/bin:/opt/bitnami/php/sbin:/opt/bitnami/nami/bin:$PATH
I tried changing the path that has "Drupal" from drupal/vendor/bin to sseto/vendor/bin, but it still threw out the same error.
Any idea what I could do?
Should I use LAMP Certified by Bitnami instead?