Hosting Question Redux


#1

Well,

 In my first email I asked if anyone knew how to set up a rails site 

for site5. I had one reply that sent me to rubyhosting.org, where it
states: tutorial coming. Does anyone actually know how to host a rails
site?

Thanks


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#2

I do, I do!! Um, what are you wanting to do? Can you give some
specifics.

Michael


#3

Dorian,

I generally use SSH to connect to my account and then create whatever
application I intend to setup directly on the server. My main objective
is to
get the default configuration of the app the way it needs to be on the
server. I
develop locally on WinXP, so the #! stuff is always a little different.

When deploying then, I simply copy up the app directory and the
subdirectories
under public. Mainly, that covers anything that is application specific
and
avoids overwriting something environment specific.

As far as all the Site5 specifics, I refer to the following HowTo:
http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/HowToInstallOnSite5