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Old 06-15-2009, 05:06 PM   #1
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Question How do I get Ruby on Rails Application to work?

I've set up Ruby on Rails on Ubunty 8.04 LTS LAMP server with Passenger for Apache (libapache2-mod-passenger).

If I go to http://localhost/ I get the Ruby on Rails default page. If I go to http://localhost/ I get a directory listing of the files. If I click on views, and then the index page, it just lists the source code.

Apache has loaded the passenger module, I've confirmed that. This is a system that will be hosting multiple accounts (, my-test-site, etc.) I need Ruby on Rails to work in any one or more of these accounts.

I've looked on Google and can't find anything relating to what I need.

Anyone know how to do this?

BTW, I know the app works as I set created it in a Desktop version of Ubuntu 8.04 and used WebBrick to test it. It works. I then uploaded the entire myapp folder and all it's sub folders to the site on the Ubuntu server.

Any help would be appreciated.


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