On Feb 24, 2006, at 1:34 PM, mark sheran wrote:
about all of these deployment issues. That stuff is so far down the
how it affect URL access.do I have to change someconfig file of
Lets see if we can solve this for you once and for all. but i agree
with everyone else here in saying that you shoudlnt worry about
deploying to your web hosts server until you are more experienced.
You should use webrick to develop locally and then worry about it a
bit later when you’ve gotten your feet wet.
As to the current problem of ln-s for the symlink:
Lets assume that your directory structure is like this: /home/mark/
htdocs What you will want to do is place your rails application
right inside your home folder liek this:
Now you need to symlink your railsapp/public directory to the htdocs
folder of your home dir with this command
ln -s /home/mark/railsapp/public /home/mark/htdocs
Then you should be set up to run your hello world.