On 25 March 2017 at 02:40, Raina Millay <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It's driving me crazy because i'm new to programming and I can't find help
> for this anywhere... I have windows 7 and when I try to pull up the
> localhost3000 after I put "Rails Server" in the command, it just has errors
> on the webpage, and then on the command prompt. I can't figure out where I
> went wrong... PLEASE HELP!!
To hope for help with that limited information is pointless.
Copy/paste the output shown in the terminal here so we can see what
the problem is (not a screen shot please, copy/paste the text. However
running Rails on Windows is fraught with problems and if it is a
Windows issue you may have trouble finding anyone who can help. My
advice is to run Rails in a Linux system such as Ubuntu or on a Mac.
You can dual boot your machine with Ubuntu/Windows or run Ubuntu in a
Virtual Machine inside Windows (or run Win in a VM inside Ubuntu).
Note that it is localhost:3000 not localhost3000, but I suppose that
may be a typo.
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