My computer doesn't have network . So when I installed Rails , I had the following error : C:\ruby\bin>"c:\ruby\bin\ruby.exe" "c:\ruby\bin\gem" install rails --include-dep endencies Attempting local installation of 'rails' Local gem file not found: rails*.gem Attempting remote installation of 'rails' ERROR: While executing gem ... (SocketError) getaddrinfo: no address associated with hostname. C:\ruby\bin> How can I solve this problem ? Where can I download rails*.gem ? Thanks very much .
on 2006-02-22 21:16
on 2006-02-22 22:47
How do you intend to download rails*.gem if your computer is not connected to a network? ----- Original Message ----- From: "monkeyvu" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2006 1:16 PM Subject: [Rails] Install Rails
on 2006-02-22 23:17
On Wednesday, February 22, 2006, at 1:35 PM, Bill W. wrote: >How do you intend to download rails*.gem if your computer is not connected >to a network? > Well, how did he post this message??? I suspect a usb drive and a different machine could be involved in this drama....though im not sure... Just download the gems from rubyforge.org, youll need rails, activerecord, et al... then install the gems by adding a local switch to the gem command (sorry, cant remember the switch) Mikkel B. www.strongside.dk - Football Portal(DK) nflfeed.helenius.org - Football News(DK) ting.minline.dk - Buy Old Stuff!(DK)
on 2006-02-23 08:46
I have solved my problem . Thanks all very much , especially for Mikkel Bruun .
on 2006-02-23 16:19
monkeyvu wrote: >I have solved my problem . Thanks all very much , especially for Mikkel >Bruun . > > > Hi. I have the same problem, could you point me what do I need (activerecord, et al...??) for the local installation.
on 2006-02-25 10:57
Eduardo Machado wrote: > monkeyvu wrote: > >>I have solved my problem . Thanks all very much , especially for Mikkel >>Bruun . >> >> >> > Hi. I have the same problem, could you point me what do I need > (activerecord, et al...??) for the local installation. All you need are activesupport-1.2.5.gem , activerecord-1.13.2.gem , actionpack-1.11.2.gem , actionmailer-1.1.5.gem , actionwebservice-1.0.0.gem , rails-1.0.0.gem .
on 2007-05-20 09:04
monkeyvu wrote: > ERROR: While executing gem ... (SocketError) getaddrinfo: no address > associated with hostname. C:\ruby\bin> > I had the same problem with "gem install rails --include-dependencies" as well as with "gem install rails -r -y". Try disabling Norton Internet Security (NIS) and its Auto-Protect feature, or whatever Windows firewall you may be using. I attended a Ruby class today put on by University of California-Santa Cruz at the Cupertino Extension site. During lunch I spoke to the instructor, Wayne V., who confirmed my syntax was OK. Then, I remembered that when I had a similar problem trying to start a WEBrick server in RadRails, I discovered that NIS was blocking the server. So, turn off your firewall and rails should install. It worked for me. Thinking about Ubuntu Linux, charlieahern
on 2007-05-20 09:09
Charlie Ahern wrote: > > So, turn off your firewall and rails should install. It worked for me. > Then, obviously, if you are using Windows, turn the firewall back on. charlieahern
on 2007-09-06 15:00
Could someone tell me how to install rails on ruby (windows XP SP2) with more detail and clear. I`m very new with programming. I had follow the commands for installing rails "gem rails -install-dependencies" but it could not work. I had download the rails.gem file but where should i put the file on? (what directory). Should i install apache or mysql first before installing rails after ruby installation? Here is my PC condition : 1. no network connection 2. using norton 2005 as anti-virus 3. ruby installation is on C:\ruby\ Please somebody help me. -_-
on 2007-09-07 07:28
I would suggest installing MySQL first. If you don't have experience with databases, I'd also recommend installing MySQL Admin and MySQL Query Browser. Once you are sure than MySQL is work (create a db, a table, insert a few rows, etc) then install InstantRails. The following website should make it pretty easy: http://instantrails.rubyforge.org/wiki/wiki.pl I wouldn't recommend installing apache yet if you are just getting started. You can figure out apache when you are closer to deploying.