Rails Error Unable To Access Log File Development Log
I have checked and my development.log does not exist! Try to start up the Rails page again. This time, I'll try the instructions from Programming Ruby. [[email protected] ~]$ su [[email protected] downess]# cvs -d :pserver:[email protected]:/home/cvs bash: cvs: command not found This is the thing with Linux. When I ran 'gem install rails --include-dependencies' the first time, it gave me a whole string of stuff - a bunch of 'success' and 'installed' messages. this contact form
It's running again - and it started error-free this time. But I'm a bit nervous: it appears to use port 3000. ruby extconf.rb update mysql\nchecking for mysql_query() in -lmysqlclient... This could take a while...
OK. Tried downes.ca:3000 again, and that's still not loading - but at least everything else is. It still doesn't work. make install install -c -p -m 0755 mysql.so /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mysql-2.6/lib Successfully installed mysql-2.6 Gems: [mysql] updated Ah.
For this to work I'll probably have to restart the server, but I always forget how, so I'll reboot the system, which will restart the server. 8:45 - well, the server Copyright 2015 Stephen Downes ~ Contact: [email protected] This page generated by gRSShopper. So I would probably have been able to guess. Before deploying I have a development, and production.rb file in my log but when pushing to the server there is nothing there and I cannot create it.
I try the next solution proposed on the discussion board. Since I have vpn working, I can access my website via ssh. At the bottom of the page is a link to this discussion. You signed out in another tab or window.
Well, I kickstart it: [[email protected] AddressBook]# script/server -d => Rails application started on http://0.0.0.0:3000 [2005-10-09 19:57:17] INFO WEBrick 1.3.1 [2005-10-09 19:57:17] INFO ruby 1.8.2 (2004-12-25) [i686-linux] OK, that looks good. I am rewarded. [[email protected] script]$ ./server => Rails application started on http://0.0.0.0:3000 => Ctrl-C to shutdown server; call with --help for options I type Ctl-C. Now why isn't this info right on the front page of the Ruby site? Back to the Ruby download page.
I used c:\rails." More Windows crap. http://lebloggeek.com/rails-error/rails-error-unable-to-access-log-file-passenger.html Then I'll try the rails command again: [[email protected] rails]$ rails cookbook /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/activesupport-1.1.1/lib/active_support/clean_logger.rb:13:in `remove_const': constant Logger::Format not defined (NameError) Well, that didn't work at all. Type 'rails AddressBook' again, edit database.yml again, run the 'head' command, start the server, and try to open downes.ca:3000 and... Let's reboot the server.
What kind of bugs do "goto" statements lead to? Scoll back up. So let's create a database in MySQL and craft a first table within this database." So I do have an instance of MySQL running on my website, so I'll just swipe navigate here FooBarWidget closed this Oct 16, 2015 kswope commented Oct 16, 2015 I'm starting to wonder if just skip all the USER and setuser and just put this at the end RUN
Well, the water's boiling. Fine. I decide to try the 'rake default' command again, just in case something has changed. [[email protected] AddressBook]# rake default (in /home/downess/opt-httpd-prefork-htdocs/rails/AddressBook) rake aborted!
no Results logged to /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mysql-2.6/gem_make.out Well, that didn't work.
Try a Google search. Jokes about Monica's haircut Measuring Information Content of unannotated terms in a corpus, avoiding -log(0) If the square root of two is irrational, why can it be created by dividing two I get this hit: svn update vendor/rails ruby script/server - first db access works. How can I create it?
Jokes about Monica's haircut When to use "ĉu" instead of "se"? Oh, isn't that lovely: Keep scrolling. This means it's not reinstalling the dependencies, just Rails. his comment is here Are illegal immigrants more likely to commit crimes?
Access denied for user 'downess'@'localhost' to database 'AddressBook' ./Rakefile:151 See, one of the things I like about Perl is that I get my error messages right on the screen. Great, that makes me feel at ease. No, it fails, just like before. First, I extract the archive: [[email protected] stephen]$ tar -xzf ruby-1.8.3.tar.gz This empties the archive into a director called ruby-1.8.3.
What is? Related Ruby, Weird Behavior bug, logging, rails, ruby June 26, 2011 Leave a comment « Notes on working with Resque in Rails 3 and Ruby1.8 Always check error type when using Day Two 8:30 a.m. Ah - just like normal, just use the hash mark (#) in front of the line.
This isn't an instruction.