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I just installed CiviCRM BuildKit using the instructions here

After accessing the bash shell of the container with:

docker-compose exec -u buildkit civicrm bash

I try running the command

civix civicrm:ping

in the /src folder, I get the error

[Exception]
Failed to locate civicrm.settings.php. By default, this tool searches the parent directories for a standard CMS (Drupal, WordPress, etal) and standard civicrm.settings.php. Symlinks and multisite configurations may interfere. To customize, set variable CIVICRM_SETTINGS to point to the preferred civicrm.settings.php.

How can I get the command(s) to work correctly?

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Cool - in the drupal site root of the site you should see a folder "sites" and be able to see a file at sites/default/civicrm.settings.php can you try running the command from the same directory as the civicrm.settings.php file.

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The /build/dmaster/web/sites/default folder has the civicrm.settings.php file, you can execute the commands from anywhere in/or below the web directory. This will allow civix to correctly locate the settings file.

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