Noob - port 3000 in URL's - get rid of it?


#1

Hi, total Noob here.

I have a rails server set up and running. I’m working my way through
the “agile” book.

I see that all of the examples show URL’s that explicitly call for port
3000. How would one go about creating a ruby app that is engaged with a
“normal” URL with no port number in it?

That is apparently the default port for webrick to start up on when you
use the command:
ruby script/server

So how would I hook one of the “agile” examples up to run from Apache?
Do I have to give it a port number? Or is it possible to set up my
apache server such that it “knows” about RoR?

thanks,
jp


#2

http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/HowtoSetupApacheWithFastCGIAndRubyBi
ndings

Cheers,

Bob S.


#3

Bob S. wrote:

http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/HowtoSetupApacheWithFastCGIAndRubyBi
ndings

Cheers,

Bob S.

Thanks Bob!

jp