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Sep
24
comment Passenger + RVM returns 502 for ruby 1.8.7 (passenger_root lies in ruby 1.9.3)
Yes, I had read that thread. I have not been able to interpret the penultimate post in it, however. For instance how/where does one 'set PASSENGER_DOWNLOAD_NATIVE_SUPPORT_BINARY=0 to disable'? (Besides which when I installed passenger, I did it on Ruby 1.9.3, and I did NOT get tigaszzz's output: 'no passenger_native_support.so found for the current Ruby interpreter'.)
Sep
24
comment Passenger + RVM returns 502 for ruby 1.8.7 (passenger_root lies in ruby 1.9.3)
What it means is exactly what's in question.
Sep
24
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Sep
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Sep
23
revised Passenger + RVM returns 502 for ruby 1.8.7 (passenger_root lies in ruby 1.9.3)
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Sep
23
comment Passenger + RVM returns 502 for ruby 1.8.7 (passenger_root lies in ruby 1.9.3)
3. One can only declare passenger_root a single time in the nginx config, so it will always point to a different ruby than passenger_ruby if I am trying to use a ruby other than the primary.
Sep
23
comment Passenger + RVM returns 502 for ruby 1.8.7 (passenger_root lies in ruby 1.9.3)
2. As for serving my 1.8.7 application without nginx, yes, I can do that. cd <my app> && rvm use 1.8.7 && passenger start allows it to be served correctly.
Sep
23
comment Passenger + RVM returns 502 for ruby 1.8.7 (passenger_root lies in ruby 1.9.3)
1. You're right, I'm running Debian 7. For my os above, I just indicated what is output by uname -a.
Sep
18
asked Passenger + RVM returns 502 for ruby 1.8.7 (passenger_root lies in ruby 1.9.3)
Feb
12
accepted Should I add the user www-data? Trying to get Rails off the ground
Feb
12
comment Should I add the user www-data? Trying to get Rails off the ground
Fancy. Thanks much.
Feb
11
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Feb
11
comment Should I add the user www-data? Trying to get Rails off the ground
There is a user named apache in my /etc/passwd file, but what shows up when I grep ps is root and daemon.
Feb
11
comment Should I add the user www-data? Trying to get Rails off the ground
Okay. daemon shows up in the first column for all the results except the first, which reads root. Is daemon the owner?
Feb
11
comment Should I add the user www-data? Trying to get Rails off the ground
Apache + Phusion Passenger. (I looked in http-manual.conf for a clue as to the user name, but don't see anything that looks like a user name.)
Feb
11
comment Should I add the user www-data? Trying to get Rails off the ground
I get the same message for httpd: chown: invalid user: `httpd:httpd'.
Feb
11
asked Should I add the user www-data? Trying to get Rails off the ground
Feb
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Feb
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Feb
5
comment svn+ssh:// works, but not svn://
Thank you much, sir. My failing was to set password-db in my svnserve.conf file. I actually have no file at /etc/sysconfig/svnserve, but one turns up at /etc/rc.d/init.d/svnserve. Might this file serve the same function?