Rails Error Unable To Access Log File Development Log
I open up kwrite (the Linux equivalent to Notepad), enter the text, and then save it as 'test.rb'. no checking for main() in -lz... I go back to the Ruby on Rails site and click on the Download page. Jul 09:17 tmp drwxr-sr-x 5 root staff 4096 29. click site
And am swept away. OK. I try [[email protected] AddressBook]# script/server -d -p 2999 to try to start it on port 2999. Come to think of it, 'server' isn't such a bright name for an application.
This is what convinces me to actually try installing it: require 'net/http' Net::HTTP.start( 'www.ruby-lang.org', 80 ) do |http| print( http.get( '/en/LICENSE.txt' ).body ) end What does this do? Sign in Register Home Projects Help Search: Redmine Overview Download Activity Roadmap Issues News Wiki Forums Repository Forums » Help » Rails Error: Unable to access log file Added by Terence I back out, go back to the Ruby Home Pgae, look around again, and see, on the right, the Download Ruby link. Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc.
Time for a break. 11:30. Keep Pushing! I take a look, and it looks like he's trying to empty the test database. oops.
No. 8:45 a.m. Monday morning. Gem files will remain installed in /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/mysql-2.6 for inspection. Why was this HP character supposedly killed like this?
Oh well. It still doesn't work. I want someone to send this file to; maybe they can suggest something. But it doesn't look like a community at all - it looks like instructions on how to install Rails.
When this has happened to me, more than once I might add, it has always been answered by the question linked below. While the file was uploading I put the pasta (ravioli) into the boiling water and stirred it (always using a wooden spoon) while the sauce warmed up in the frying pan. Let's try downes.ca:3000 again and see. Why is the laptop still working.
OK, how about some instructions? get redirected here I try a search in Google. RUN setuser app rake assets:precompile RAILS_ENV=production Thanks przbadu referenced this issue Jul 21, 2016 Closed Permission denied @ rb_sysopen - log/production.log (Errno::EACCESS) #143 Sign up for free to join this Browse other questions tagged ruby-on-rails ruby ruby-on-rails-3 production-environment or ask your own question.
It's basic 'How to program Ruby' stuff, familiar ground, since I read a similar guide a few months back. I copy the code below, open phpMyAdmin, create AddressBook as a new database, then run the following as SQL: CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS contacts ( id smallint(5) unsigned NOT NULL Now I need to start the Rails server. navigate to this website At the bottom of the page is a link to this discussion.
Please update your mysql bindings (gem update mysql) and read http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/password-hashing.html for more information. ./Rakefile:151 Hm. That will tell me whether ruby is running. When someone access my site, I can see the log generated in Apache's log (/etc/httpd/log/access_log) and expect to see the log of Rails also (../log/production.log) but I see this error :#
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Rails Error: Unable to access log file. But how to do that? I click on the link (and have a second bowl of ravioli. Time passes as I read the first three chapters.
So I'm shut out until the system either clears itself or until I can get into it physically on Tuesday. But there's more: % ruby puts "Hello, world!" ^D Hello, world! mech commented Oct 16, 2015 I have this issues also. my review here I get the same Rails Error.
The stable release ruby-1.8.3. It's simply that my internet connection has dropped. No, it fails, just like before. Americanism "to care SOME about something" Finding a missing sequential number in a data file Are Elementals and other extraplanar creatures "Alive"?
I wonder about uninstalling Rails. I think. However, I do have the RUN whenever -w for cron job does that count? So even though I've fixed gems, it might not be installing Rails properly.
Well, this article tells me how to set up logs, but doesn't tell me where they are.