John Davidson

docker - PHP Interpreter of PHP container running inside a Virtual Machine

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I have a php project using a virtual machine. PHP is running as a container inside the Virtual machine (don't ask me why). I am using PhpStorm as IDE and want to configure the PHP interpreter.


So if anyone has already been through such a setup I would appreciate his help



My Answer:
To configure the PHP interpreter in PhpStorm for a PHP container running inside a Virtual Machine, you can follow these steps:

1. Open PhpStorm and go to File > Settings (or PhpStorm > Preferences on macOS).
2. In the Settings window, navigate to Languages & Frameworks > PHP.
3. Click on the "..." button next to the CLI Interpreter dropdown menu.
4. In the CLI Interpreters window, click the "+" icon to add a new interpreter.
5. Select "From Docker, Vagrant, VM, Remote..." from the dropdown menu.
6. In the Configure Remote PHP Interpreter window, select "Docker" as the type.
7. In the Docker container settings, enter the name of your PHP container, the image name, and the PHP executable path (usually /usr/bin/php or /usr/local/bin/php).
8. Click "OK" to save the interpreter settings.
9. Back in the CLI Interpreters window, select the newly added interpreter from the dropdown menu and click "OK" to apply the changes.
10. PhpStorm will now use the PHP interpreter from the container running inside the Virtual Machine for your project.

You should now be able to run and debug your PHP project using the configured interpreter in PhpStorm.

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