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Using RVM with Hobo 1.x and Rails 3.x

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

This post contains an example of the steps needed to establish a Gemset containing a specific version of Rails using RVM (Ruby Version Manager); this is needed due to the rapid changes that quickly ‘break’ Rails development efforts (well, at least for anyone trying to learn Rails, using this process should allow you to complete Continue reading →

Resolving Hobo 1.4 and Rails 3.1 errors

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

Well, at least ‘startup’ errors on a ‘fresh’ install of Hobo 1.4 and Rails3.1… Hobo 1.4 and Rails 3.1 –  This should be on the Hobo 1.4 docs page  – I first encountered this when working with Rails 3.2 – the fixes include getting some sort of Javascript installed on your system. Notes — Hobo Continue reading →

“Hump?, What hump?” (says Igor to Dr. Franken…)

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

“Hump?, What hump?” (says Igor to the young Dr. Frankenstein…)  Well, perhaps paraphrased a bit but a reference to Gene Wilder & Marty Feldman in the 1974 flick Young Frankenstein. Ever tried to install some ‘modern’ software in a Linux environment? Chances are good that you will have no issues as long as your system: Continue reading →

mod_rails AKA mod_rack AKA mod_passenger AKA mod…

Friday, January 27th, 2012

mod_rails AKA mod_rack AKA mod_passenger AKA mod_works_some_times Mixing:  Apache 2.x, Ruby on Rails 3.x, Passenger 3.0.9, Fedora Linux (FC 13.) As always the problems that you encounter may be self-inflicted – in this case I had to ‘turn off’ anything that I thought that I knew about configuring Apache…   The mod_passenger documentation provides many examples  Continue reading →

Suggestions for Rails 3 Newbee

Sunday, December 11th, 2011

The Joy of Rails I wrote this list/post as I worked through Rails 3 as a newbee (not new to systems, development – just new to Rails 3.)  I am working through The Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial and touching on issues/resolutions as I encounter them.  Note that as a Newbee my comments/solutions may not Continue reading →

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