Site shows directory listing instead of radiant

I having a bit of trouble with radiant not starting, or something,
and thus when browse my site I get a folder listing of /public/
instead of the site it’s self.

My rails stack appears to be fine, a sample app/database can get to
the “You’re riding the Rails!” page fine.

I’ve tried installing from the gem, svn, package, svn and gem, all to
no avail.

I’ve configured the database.yml file, I’ve run rake production
db:bootstrap and can’t think of what else there is to do.

My best guess is that I’ve forgotten something grossly obvious and
just need someone outside to say “hey look there.”

any help is appreciated,

john

On 6/7/07, John M. [email protected] wrote:

I having a bit of trouble with radiant not starting, or something,
and thus when browse my site I get a folder listing of /public/
instead of the site it’s self.

What server are you using? If Apache + FCGI: is your .htaccess in order?

That’s probably a web-server issue – not rewriting the URLs properly.
Are you using Apache?

Sean

On Jun 7, 2007, at 3:36 PM, Mislav Marohnić wrote:

On 6/7/07, John M. [email protected] wrote:

I having a bit of trouble with radiant not starting, or something,
and thus when browse my site I get a folder listing of /public/
instead of the site it’s self.

What server are you using? If Apache + FCGI: is your .htaccess in
order?

Turns out it was something wrong in my mongrels setup (this is my
first try with it, should’ve guessed that’s where the issue was). Now
I just have to figure out why Apache2 is giving me a 403 on port 80
but not any of the mongrel ports…

john

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