Starting rails

You’re riding Ruby on Rails!
About your application’s environment
Routing Error

No route matches "/rails/info/properties" with {:method=>:get}

at http://localhost:4000/

What's wrong?

May I assume that you have a controller named rails with an action
named info?

Do the rest of the routes work in your application?

Are you testing this with the webrick server?

No, what I believe he means is that after he installed Rails, when he
went to the main page, using port 4000 in this case (http://localhost:
4000) he clicked on link 'About your application's environment' and
got the error. The same thing happened to me after I switched from
development to production. My application works but the link shows the
same error described in the posting, which is a bummer because I can't
verify the environment anymore. I was hoping that somebody would
answer Justin's message so I could also benefit from it too.

Pepe

No, what I believe he means is that after he installed Rails, when he
went to the main page, using port 4000 in this case (http://localhost:
4000) he clicked on link 'About your application's environment' and
got the error. The same thing happened to me after I switched from
development to production. My application works but the link shows the
same error described in the posting, which is a bummer because I can't
verify the environment anymore. I was hoping that somebody would
answer Justin's message so I could also benefit from it too.

Pepe

No, what I believe he means is that after he installed Rails, when he
went to the main page, using port 4000 in this case (http://localhost:
4000) he clicked on link 'About your application's environment' and
got the error. The same thing happened to me after I switched from
development to production. My application works but the link shows the
same error described in the posting, which is a bummer because I can't
verify the environment anymore. I was hoping that somebody would
answer Justin's message so I could also benefit from it too.

Pepe

No, what I believe he means is that after he installed Rails, when he
went to the main page, using port 4000 in this case (http://localhost:
4000) he clicked on link 'About your application's environment' and
got the error. The same thing happened to me after I switched from
development to production. My application works but the link shows the
same error described in the posting, which is a bummer because I can't
verify the environment anymore. I was hoping that somebody would
answer Justin's message so I could also benefit from it too.

Pepe

Sorry about the multiple postings. Something happened to my browser.

Pepe

Sorry about the multiple postings. Something happened to my browser.

Pepe