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Don't know where to start with Ruby on Rails? We've got you covered! _NOTE: you will need SSH access to use Ruby on Rails, which is not enabled by default. If you have trouble logging in simply file a support ticket [http://www.asmallorange.com/esupport...
CONVERT AN EXISTING FASTCGI APP TO PASSENGER If you have an existing Ruby on Rails app at A Small Orange that was deployed with FastCGI, here are the steps to convert it to Passenger: _NOTE: 'myapp' is used below to represent your Rails Application dir...
To set up a new Rails app on a shared ASO account: * Create a new Rails app via SSH _NOTE: if you don't have SSH access you need to fill out a support ticket with us to gain access._ * Move into your home directory (if you just logged in, you ar...
So, you've developed an application and are ready to deploy it for the world to see? Standard deployment is relatively simple on A Small Orange's shared plans. You may also want to consider Capistrano [https://capistranorb.com/]. _NOTE: we use Ruby with...
We use Ruby with Passenger while cPanel uses Ruby with Mongrel, so the cPanel Ruby app is not available. Below are the steps you need to take to get Ruby On Rails up and running. _NOTE: you will need SSH access, which is by default enabled on your accou...
SET UP YOUR CGI-BIN FOLDER You need to add an 'eruby' script to your '~/public_html/cgi-bin' folder. Here's what it should look like: #!/bin/bash echo "Content-type: text/html" echo echo "" ​erubis -E Stdout <$DOCUMENT_ROOT$REQUEST_URI ...
When you get an error stating 'Rails application failed to start properly' it means there was a CRITICAL FAILURE SOMEWHERE IN YOUR RAILS APPLICATION. Information about this error can be found in one of two places: * Error Log section of your control ...
Deploying a new version of a Ruby on Rails application is as simple as re-uploading the application files, and restarting the application. You can restart the application by creating or modifying the file TMP/RESTART.TXT in the Rails APPLICATION’S ROOT ...
Should you run into the following error when installing the sqlite3-ruby gem, you'll want to install sqlite-devel.x86_64 to resolve the issue.: root@shannon [~]# gem install sqlite3-ruby Building native extensions. This could take a while... ERROR: Erro...
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