||Rolling with Ruby on Rails|
|Subject:||Stuck at test empty web application|
I am running Windows Server 2003, installed on the D; drive.
When I installed Ruby, running the command ruby -v from D:> I get "'ruby' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file". To get the output shown in this tutorial, I have to change to the ruby\bin directory. I struck the same situation with the "gem install rails --remote" command and the "rails cookbook" command. Hence my cookbook directory has ended up in my ruby\bin directory. This is where I get stuck - the cookbook directory has the script directory created inside it, and that has a file named server in it, but if I run ruby script\server from that directory I get "'ruby' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file" again. I can't run cookbook\script\server from the ruby\bin directory - this results in "ruby: no such file or directory-- /cookbook/script/server <LoadError>". In the cookbook/scripts folder, the files have no extensions - is this normal?
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