Frustration: rails server not responding

I deleted to app folders, Hello and Blog, which I had created per
instructions of Beginning Rails 3. Thought I would start over again.
Now when I start the command line window on my Ruby192 folder and type
in “rails server”, I only get the list of options for the command. I
can get the version, but not the server.

Do I need to reinstall rails?

Bruce

On Apr 8, 8:29pm, Bruce W. [email protected] wrote:

I deleted to app folders, Hello and Blog, which I had created per
instructions of Beginning Rails 3. Thought I would start over again.
Now when I start the command line window on my Ruby192 folder and type
in “rails server”, I only get the list of options for the command. I
can get the version, but not the server.

Do I need to reinstall rails?

Bruce

Ok, I see. Create a new app and start the server from there after you
install the bundle.

On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 11:29 PM, Bruce W. [email protected]
wrote:

I deleted to app folders, Hello and Blog, which I had created per
instructions of Beginning Rails 3. Thought I would start over again.
Now when I start the command line window on my Ruby192 folder and type
in “rails server”, I only get the list of options for the command. I
can get the version, but not the server.

Do I need to reinstall rails?

Think about it, if there is no app, what app will the server serve? the
rails server command is run from inside the app root folder and passes
the
app to the server for serving.

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