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Installing Applications Web Ruby

Installation of an application Web Ruby

In your site you can install developed customized applications Web in programming language Ruby.

If you wish to install an application written in Ruby:

  1. In your page of home, underneath Hosting, you click in Installing.
  2. It selects the squares cgi and FastCGI and you click in Accepting.
  3. It connects with your account FTP, it changes to the /htdocs directory and it creates a subdirectory where the archives of the application must reside. We put that this directory is called your_application.
  4. Htdocs/your_application loads the archives of the application to the directory.
  5. It creates a file with the name .htaccess in this directory, opens it in a text editor and add the following lines to him:

    RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^$ /public/index.html [L] RewriteCond % \ {REQUEST_URI}! ^/your_application/public

    RewriteRule ^ (. *) $ /public/ $1 [L] RewriteCond % \ {REQUEST_FILENAME}! - f RewriteRule ^ (. *) $ public/dispatch.fcgi/$1 [QSA, L]

  6. It keeps the file.
  7. Your_application/public/.htaccess eliminates the file
  8. It opens to the file your_application/public/dispatch.fcgi in a text editor and introduces the following lines: #! /usr/bin/ruby
  9. It keeps the file.

Now the application Web will be accessible in the URL:


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