Cannot establish site in development mode

Can anyone help? I am trying to get rforum up and running. I cannot run
it in development mode (eclipse w/radrails plugin) I get the following
error:

undefined method `acts_as_list’ for #Class:0x3831730
RAILS_ROOT: C:/Infused/rforum

Application Trace | Framework Trace | Full Trace
C:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/activerecord-2.0.1/lib/active_record/base.rb:1459:in
method_missing' app/models/forum.rb:5app/controllers/application.rb:147:inget_forums’
-e:2:in
load'-e&line=2">C:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/activerecord-2.0.1/lib/active_record/base.rb:1459:inmethod_missing’
app/models/forum.rb:5app/controllers/application.rb:147:in get_forums' -e:2:inload’-e:2

When I load it on my server and run it in production mode I get the
following error:
rake aborted!
no such file to load – ferret
/home/tsonny/rforum/Rakefile.rb:9

I don’t even know where to begin trying to resolve this issue…Best I
can figure out is that it has something to do with the site:id
configuration.

Please help me…
T.Sonny

install acts_as_list plugin:

cd C:\ruby\rforum
ruby script/plugin install acts_as_list

Igor Lychakov wrote:

install acts_as_list plugin:

cd C:\ruby\rforum
ruby script/plugin install acts_as_list

Thanks that is exactly what I did, I am up and running…

Have you been able to run rforum site? I am trying to make it work for
second day and still have a problem. It does not want to render
/user/register and other pages due to exceptions thrown because of
missing Site, Forum and other objects.

So I created then using console and debugging code now.
Also removing rendering of some parts/objects makes it working…
I guess the database has to be initialized with some objects.

Igor Lychakov wrote:

Have you been able to run rforum site? I am trying to make it work for
second day and still have a problem. It does not want to render
/user/register and other pages due to exceptions thrown because of
missing Site, Forum and other objects.

So I created then using console and debugging code now.
Also removing rendering of some parts/objects makes it working…
I guess the database has to be initialized with some objects.

I think you can work around all of the issues by freezing your rails
version to 1.2.3; that was the fix for me to get production up and
running.

run:
gem install rails -v 1.2.3 and then open your environments file and add
the following:

RAILS_GEM_VERSION = ‘1.2.3’ unless defined? RAILS_GEM_VERSION

then run your migrations again and you should be able to deploy from
there.

I also had a depreciated method in migrations #12 find_all should be
find(:all); but this may not be an issue if you freeze your version
first.

I am up and running and everything works well.

Thanks, I will follow your steps as soon as give up on making it run on
rails 2.0

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