Forum: Rails deployment deploying to a mini

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Scott Ballantyne (Guest)
on 2007-05-24 18:23
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I have a mac mini colocated, and I'm having a heck of a time automating
deployment.  I was wondering if anyone has had success with apache2 in
of a pack of mongrels on a mini.  Most of the configurations that I have
found are for lighty.  However, I'm more familiar with apache and would
prefer that.  Please advise.
Kordova (Guest)
on 2007-05-25 05:07
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What specific issues are you having?
Scott Ballantyne (Guest)
on 2007-05-25 05:14
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Originally, I was getting svnadmin not found, and mysql not found, but
were in the path.  But I think I may have figured it out.  found this

>Then there's the fix to get Capistrano's remote tasks to work with the
Darwin Ports environment. These
>tasks execute the command directly via ssh (they don't log in to a full
shell, I'm not sure what the term
>is for that). It's like executing ssh removed_email_address@domain.invalid "pwd" and it 
doesn't get
the full environment you'd get when
>logging into a shell. It gets a very restricted environment that you can't
normally change. So you must
>change a setting for sshd to allow yourself to setup extra environment
variables for these ssh'ed commands.

>So open /etc/sshd_config and make sure the line:

>PermitUserEnvironment yes

>...exists and is uncommented. Now set up the custom environment for your
user (the user you deploy as) by >creating the file ~/.ssh/environment


>That's it! Although I think you have to restart sshd by toggling Remote
Login off and on in Sharing preferences or >rebooting hte machine.

seems to take care of that problem. Now I just have to get apache
pointed at
rails and I should be good.

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