Run the following command using composer:
composer global require "laravel/installer=~1.1"
Put an alias to the freshly installed Laravel installer in your user configuration .bashrc:
And place this inside the file:
And run the following to make sure your bashrc profile is reloaded:
Once installed, the simple laravel new command will create a fresh Laravel installation in the directory you specify. For instance, laravel new blog would create a directory named blog containing a fresh Laravel installation with all dependencies installed. This method of installation is much faster than installing via Composer:
laravel new blog