Laravel Passport

If you wish to use this package alongside Laravel Passport, you may encounter the following error message when attempting to authorise with Passports OAuth server:

Driver [authorize] not supported

This is because Socialstream registers routes using the oauth/{provider} structure. This conflicts with Laravel Passports oauth/authorize route. To solve this, you may set a route prefix in your applications socialstream.php config file:

'prefix' => 'auth',

Alternatively, if you wish to keep the prefix Socialstream uses, you may edit Passport's route prefix in its config file. If you haven't already, publish Passport's config file:

php artisan vendor:publish --tag=passport-config

Add the following to config/passport.php:

    | Path prefix
    | Default is 'oauth'.

    'path' => 'passport-oauth',

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