Forum: Ruby on Rails Hosting Question Redux

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unknown (Guest)
on 2006-05-09 23:42
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     In my first email I asked if anyone knew how to set up a rails site
for site5.  I had one reply that sent me to, where it
states: tutorial coming.  Does anyone actually know how to host a rails


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Michael T. (Guest)
on 2006-05-10 00:11
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I do, I do!!  Um, what are you wanting to do?  Can you give some

Jason C. (Guest)
on 2006-05-11 01:22
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I generally use SSH to connect to my account and then create whatever
application I intend to setup directly on the server. My main objective
is to
get the default configuration of the app the way it needs to be on the
server. I
develop locally on WinXP, so the #! stuff is always a little different.

When deploying then, I simply copy up the app directory and the
under public. Mainly, that covers anything that is application specific
avoids overwriting something environment specific.

As far as all the Site5 specifics, I refer to the following HowTo:
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