Gem installation Problem / Controller generation problem

I am new to ROR.

I Have ruby and instant rails installed in my system(I am using
Windows). I have created an application ‘railslist’
[command i used:- c:\development\rails railslist ]

But when I tried to generate a controller
[ c:\development\railslist\ruby script/generate controller App ] I got
the following error


Cannot find gem for Rails ~>1.2.3.0:
Install the missing gem with ‘gem install -v=1.2.3 rails’, or
change environment.rb to define RAILS_GEM_VERSION with your desired
version.


Actually my gem version is 0.9.2 which i knew using the command ‘gem -v’

and i tried ‘gem install rails --include-dependencies’ too and got
another error as follows


ERROR: While executing gem … (Gem::RemoteFetcher::FetchError)
Bad file descriptor - connect(2)(Errno::EBADF)


I dont know wht the problem could be…

Please help

Dear Unni,

It may be worth it to go and read:

http://www.railsdocumentation.org/getting_started_with_rails.pdf

It is a work in progress, but it will help you out with getting
started.

Regards

Mikel

On Jun 28, 8:22 pm, Unni K. [email protected]

These are my notes for installing rails, maybe something in there will
help:

Try: C:>gem install rails --include-dependencies
or: C:>gem install rails -remote (answer “y” to
all five questions)
If they both fail, download the latest rails.gem file from
http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=307
Install the downloaded gem via the command line: C:\My
downloads\Ruby project>gem install rails -remote

Mikel [email protected] wrote:

Dear Unni,

It may be worth it to go and read:

http://www.railsdocumentation.org/getting_started_with_rails.pdf

It is a work in progress, but it will help you out with getting
started.

Regards

Mikel

On Jun 28, 8:22 pm, Unni K.
wrote:


another error as follows


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You probably knew about it, but if you are newbie just like me you
should install InstantRails (unless you want it the “hard” way).
hope it help

On Jun 28, 7:22 am, Unni K. [email protected]

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