I’m sure this is something common I’m missing.
I have installed Rails on Ubuntu using the helpful information at
I’m just trying to get Hello World working before moving on to other
things. I have deleted the public/index.html (which displays fine with
Apache) and done the following:
script/generate controller home index
edit config/routes.rb and add the line map.root :controller => “home”
above the default routes
Pretty simple… so I got the Passenger error at first because root
owned config/environment.rb so it is now owned by www-data.
Now, I get Error 500 no matter what I do.
I hope this is something simple with the Apache config I’m simply
missing. I presume since the error shows up at all that my Passenger
config is at least correct in part.