Rails s

Be aware , newbie question, but i did the google part to find a
solution. After a new installation on win7 64 bit , i reached the
point (okay i took a while and some other issues where fixed before)
where the Manual says: start the server with “rails s”. Unfortunately
just the help appears , I also checked rails server , but the same. Is
there any log to check or other hint regarding the issue ?

Thanks in advance

Probably you are running the command in the wrong location, to do any
command, you must do at the location of your Rails app.

Nailson M. [email protected]
wrote:

Probably you are running the command in the wrong location, to do any
command, you must do at the location of your Rails app.

And when you do, only a few lines appear on the screen. You then aim
your browser at http://localhost:3000, and your app should appear.


Tim S.
[email protected]

On 21 August 2012 06:59, dx111ge [email protected] wrote:

Be aware , newbie question, but i did the google part to find a
solution. After a new installation on win7 64 bit , i reached the
point (okay i took a while and some other issues where fixed before)
where the Manual says: start the server with “rails s”. Unfortunately
just the help appears , I also checked rails server , but the same. Is
there any log to check or other hint regarding the issue ?

I suspect you are using an old version of rails. You should be using
version 3. In a terminal do
rails -v
to see which version you have.

Colin

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