Forum: Ruby on Rails Media Temple dv Deployment headache! help please!

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E1d5e18df7b602c1673672d3e4583ce7?d=identicon&s=25 Michael Evans (magic6435)
on 2007-06-10 19:03
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Bah humbug I'm trying to deploy my very first rails app and man if i
said i didn't understand a damn thing it would be a understatement.

I found development to be a breeze but now I'm totally stuck. I have a
Media temple (dv)and got ruby installed following their step by step
guide at http://kb.mediatemple.net/article.php?id=279 (it is a
mongrel_cluster)and got their test App up and running. Now the problem
is that i have no idea how to deploy my own stuff to this freakin
server. The book i have been using is Rails Solutions By: friends of
Ed
and they talk about using Capistrano and subversion to deploy to text
drive.

And thats the first part where i got stuck. i found a post on the web
on
installing subversion on media temple
(http://blog.hellm.com/category/subversion/)but after that i was lost
because my book shows setting up subversion accounts via textdrives
nice
little online interface blah!

Basically I'm wondering if any of you guys has deployed to a ruby
server
at media temple dv and what where your steps.

I'm so freaking lost and i really really need some help so please
anything will be very appreciated.
8fbdd208cbecb812550683dfe9b0a1f2?d=identicon&s=25 christophermatthieu@gmail.com (Guest)
on 2007-06-11 19:40
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Rubyology's podcast # 5 ( http://rubyology.com/podcasts/show/11 ) may
be of some value to you.  The podcast covers Rails deployment in a
Linux environment including: subversion, capistrano, and secure shell.

Hope this helps...
Chris Matthieu - x.Net developer
http://www.rubyology.com
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