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Trying to install wordpress inside rails app with nginx and fastcgi

I have a rails app (let's call it myapp) running at www.myapp.com. I want to add a wordpress blog at www.myapp.com/blog. The webserver for the rails app is thin (see the upstream block). The wordpress ...
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For 1 domain, how can I use both WordPress and Rails?

I have Rails installed for example.com, however, I want to use WordPress for my blog as well. So I want example.com/blog to be WordPress. The problem is, I want to have WordPress in a separate ...
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Rails with phusion passenger and wordpress

We had a site developed using on ruby on rails. It had Website Web services for mobile app Admin panel to manage data. We started using wordpress to manage site content. We have finished ...
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524 views

Need to link WP Blog with Rails App on Heroku

I have a client who wants to migrate his Rails app to Heroku. However the client also has a blog associated with his domain that runs on WordPress. Currently, the WordPress blog is running happily ...
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393 views

Configuring Nginx for Wordpress and Rails

I'm trying to setup a single website (domain) that contains both a front end Wordpress installation and a single directory Ruby on Rails application. I can get either one to work successfully on their ...
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Why can't I access wp-admin with this Nginx + Ruby On Rails + WordPress setup?

Here's my single Linux VPS setup: A Rails app run by a Thin application server behind Nginx. A WordPress blog run by lighttpd's spawn-fcgi behind the same Nginx server. Here's what I want: ...
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202 views

Should I use two different web servers for my company blog/website and web application?

I am running a RoR web app, hosted on a VPS. The content part of my site (homepage, features, about, contact, wordpress blog etc.) is also hosted on the same VPS. Both are served by Apache. I have ...
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358 views

Installing Wordpress in Rails /public - missing mysql extension

I'm trying to install Wordpress in my Rails /public folder. I get the following error message: 'Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress.' PHP ...
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How bad is it for SEO to create a subdomain for a Rails App instead of integrating both with Apache?

We are currently integrating a blog to our Rails application. I though that we should opt for a subdomain instead of having Rails and Wordpress coexist on the same domain. They do not allow to do this ...