Help me out of this

Hi,
I am new to the platform.
I have used manual instaaltion.

  1. downloaded ruby latestversion and installed. ruby -v = 1.8.6
  2. downloaded .zip package of ruby gems, extracted and run setup. gem -v
    = 0.9.4
  3. downloaded all dependencies rake, activesupport,active record,
    actionpack,actionwebservice, actionmailer and installed using - gem
    install
    gemname --local command
  4. downloaded rails.gem and installed using - gem install rails --local.
    rails -v = Rails 1.2.3
  5. added c:\ruby\bin to path variable.
  6. created an app using - rails app
  7. changed to that folder and issued - ruby script/server
    this command gives only the following output
    c:\ruby\bin\app>ruby script/server
    => Booting WEBrick server…

thats all and when i try to open a browser with http:\localhost:3000,
it says the page cannot be displayed…

please someone help me… I am using windows XP with Nortron Internet
Security… I am eally desperate of this and kindly someone help me out
of this… please…

Cool K. wrote:

Hi,
I am new to the platform.
I have used manual instaaltion.

  1. downloaded ruby latestversion and installed. ruby -v = 1.8.6
  2. downloaded .zip package of ruby gems, extracted and run setup. gem -v
    = 0.9.4
  3. downloaded all dependencies rake, activesupport,active record,
    actionpack,actionwebservice, actionmailer and installed using - gem
    install
    gemname --local command
  4. downloaded rails.gem and installed using - gem install rails --local.
    rails -v = Rails 1.2.3
  5. added c:\ruby\bin to path variable.
  6. created an app using - rails app
  7. changed to that folder and issued - ruby script/server
    this command gives only the following output
    c:\ruby\bin\app>ruby script/server
    => Booting WEBrick server…

thats all and when i try to open a browser with http:\localhost:3000,
it says the page cannot be displayed…

please someone help me… I am using windows XP with Nortron Internet
Security… I am eally desperate of this and kindly someone help me out
of this… please…

wow, that sounds like a lot of work that you went through.
Here’s how I did it

  1. downloaded and installed ruby 1.8.6
  2. open command propmt, C:\gem install rails --include-dependencies
  3. C:>rails test
  4. C:>cd test
  5. C:>ruby script/server
  6. Done!

i’m thinking, if it’s hanging on the Booting WEBrick, you could also try

C:>gem install mongrel

then use mongrel and see how that works for ya.

HTH

~Jeremy

Hi cool kid,

just quick question, is there any software(Norton, Anti-Spy) which is
blocking web-rick server from registering to port 3000, just confirm
it.
and one more thing after you run ruby script/server, don’t kill/stop
wait for it terminate, i guess it may through error saying unable to
register
port 3000. etc., …(your web-rick server should be allowed to access
port 3000(default) or which ever you are using).

On Aug 25, 12:52 am, Cool K. [email protected]

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