I cannot lauch Typo 2.0.6 under my Debian 3.1. I set up chmod a+w for log and public folder. public/.htaccess is using dispatch.cgi. database mysql5.0 works fine and database.yml is set correctly. I lauch webrick with ruby script/server -r production. It listen at port 3000. When I try to run links2 http://localhost:3000 I get empty page. And there is error message in logs: "127.0.0.1 - - [13/Nov/2005:08:07:25 EST] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 500 0". I am using ruby 1.8.4 (2005-10-29) [i486-linux], and the latest Rails. Now I am trying use Typo under WinXP. It works perfectly well, but only from webrick. Under Apache (2.0.54), in cgi mode, my Firefox browser displays: "Application Error. Typo could not be reached" Any ideas? -- Jaroslaw Z.
on 2005-11-13 15:23
on 2005-11-13 15:35
typo 2.0.6 is very very old - try a more recent one.
on 2005-11-13 15:44
Sorry, my mistake. I am using the latest Typo 2.6.0. And I've launched it with script/server -e production (not -r). Only winxp + webrick works. linux + webrick or apache2/cgi and apache2/winxp + cgi does not work. 2005/11/13, Dick D. <email@example.com>:
on 2005-11-13 16:50
The problem solved. Uff. I had to hack step by step the code. It was trivial. After all there was bad database name definied. :) 2005/11/13, Jaroslaw Z. <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
on 2005-11-14 00:32
Maybe you need to check the shebang lines in your scripts. If it works on windows then I assume you have them set to look for your ruby binary somewhere in #!c: You need to set it to the proper path for your linux box so run these commands: $ which ruby it will answer /usr/bin/ruby or /usr/local/bin/ruby or something like that. You need to change all the lines in all the scripts in the scripts folder as weel as your dispatch.* files in public dir. Here is a littel ruby script you could use to do this: #1/usr/bin/env ruby require 'find' require 'ftools' contents =  Find.find(ARGV) do |file| unless test(?d, file) File.open(file).each do |line| line.gsub!(/#!c:\/ruby\/bin\/ruby/, '/usr/bin/env ruby') contents << line end File.open(file, "w") do |f| contents.each do |line| f.puts line contents =  end end end end Run this like so: $ ruby replace.rb myrailsapp And it will change your shebang lines for you recursively for the whole app. Make sure you have the correct regex for your windows shebang line in that script. Cheers- --Ezra