Dreamhost & Rails

Hello, I want to start my app in dreamhost but it’s impossible!! I
emailed with support team, and I chatted with them, but every solutions
was the same that I did.

I create an app in SSH:

$ script/generate controller home index

I have to create manually the files .htacces and dispatch.fcgi.

I changed databases.yml with my database configuration.

I went to my homepage and I see the message “Welcome aboard” of Rails.
Then, I deleted the index in public folder and chaged routes.rb and the
result in my homepage was:

Index of /aplicacion/public

  Name                    Last modified      Size  Description
  Parent Directory                             -
  404.html                14-Jan-2010 16:27  947
  500.html                14-Jan-2010 16:27  948
  dispatch.fcgi           14-Jan-2010 16:31  380
  favicon.ico             14-Jan-2010 16:27    0
  images/                 14-Jan-2010 16:27    -
  javascripts/            14-Jan-2010 16:27    -
  robots.txt              14-Jan-2010 16:27  204
  stylesheets/            14-Jan-2010 16:27    -

Support team only says “see the wiki” but I followed everything! :frowning:

On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 7:24 AM, Jorge Fernandez
[email protected]wrote:

I changed databases.yml with my database configuration.
500.html 14-Jan-2010 16:27 948
dispatch.fcgi 14-Jan-2010 16:31 380
favicon.ico 14-Jan-2010 16:27 0
images/ 14-Jan-2010 16:27 -
javascripts/ 14-Jan-2010 16:27 -
robots.txt 14-Jan-2010 16:27 204
stylesheets/ 14-Jan-2010 16:27 -

Support team only says “see the wiki” but I followed everything! :frowning:

Jorge, are you using Passenger with your Rails deployment? If not,
I would recommend that you do because these files are not required
for deployment. Next, the path to your public directory should follow
the pattern:

/home///public

Finally, I would recommend setting up capistrano and including your
with the deployed Rails application. One can use the Bundler gem for
this purpose.

-Conrad

Thanks, it works now :slight_smile: I tried in fastcgi.

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