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    Getting Index, not the greeting

    I have finally gotten through the details of getting anything to work on my system. Now when I type the address I get an index of my /public folder. If I take out the index option from my Directory entry in my httpd file I get an error that says I am not authorized access.
    I cannot start the server with Ruby script/server so I can't try it with that server running using http://localhost:3000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottInTexas View Post
    I have finally gotten through the details of getting anything to work on my system. Now when I type the address I get an index of my /public folder. If I take out the index option from my Directory entry in my httpd file I get an error that says I am not authorized access.
    I cannot start the server with Ruby script/server so I can't try it with that server running using http://localhost:3000.
    if you don't start the server who will process and output the pages?

    best regards

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    The server is Appache. It is started and working.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottInTexas View Post
    The server is Appache. It is started and working.
    apache have nothing to do with ruby on rail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oesxyl View Post
    apache have nothing to do with ruby on rail.

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    Except that Apache is the server that will be serving the pages. MySQL will be the data server and that is also up and working. Instead of starting the Webrick or some other server I will use Apache. At least I will when I get it sorted out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottInTexas View Post
    Except that Apache is the server that will be serving the pages. MySQL will be the data server and that is also up and working. Instead of starting the Webrick or some other server I will use Apache. At least I will when I get it sorted out.
    apache don't understant ruby. There is a ruby mode for apache but is only for server scripting and is not ror. If you want to use ror you must start the server, period.

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