Unable to start the web application from localhost:3000(ruby on rails)

I had created a demo web application by executing rails tickets and then
i executed rails script/server to run it on localhost.

Initially i was able to execute the application in the browser by typing
localhost:3000 in the address bar, but then I deleted the folder tickets

Now again i created the same folder but when i try to run it using the
same command rails script/server it says that

File exists - script/server

I tried deleting the script/server file but i still couldn't run the
localhost:3000 in the browser

What is the solution to this

vipin v. ha scritto:

I had created a demo web application by executing rails tickets and then
i executed rails script/server to run it on localhost.

Initially i was able to execute the application in the browser by typing
localhost:3000 in the address bar, but then I deleted the folder tickets
from my hard disk.

Now again i created the same folder but when i try to run it using the
same command rails script/server it says that

File exists - script/server

I tried deleting the script/server file but i still couldn't run the
localhost:3000 in the browser

What is the solution to this

Hi V.,
try reading this guide, it is very useful to begin with rails: http://guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html

Bye,
Tommaso

Your old one was rails 2.x I guess, but your new one is 3 or above. The new command for starting the server is ‘rails s’

i have rails version 2.3.14 with me

with rails s it gave the following output:-
http://paste.ubuntu.com/1317610/

but still i was unable to localhost:3000

I think you just created a new app inside the "s" folder.

Please paste the output of "ruby script/server" command

can someone please help me asap.. please !

i have rails version 2.3.14 with me

you should’ve not deleted the script/server file. you’re using rails 2 so the proper way to start

the server is ruby script/server not rails script/server. the shorcut to this is just script/server.

but now i have done it, so what is the solution??
will i never be able to run the app in server again??

but now i have done it, so what is the solution??

will i never be able to run the app in server again??

create a new rails app and copy script/server?

Please paste the output of "ruby script/server" command

output is

vverma@l-vverma:~/myExp/tickets$ rails script/server
      create
File exists - script/server

That looks like the output from "rails script/server" not "ruby script/server"

Colin

That looks like the output from "rails script/server" not "ruby
script/server"

Thanks for your observation Colin
All is Well now :))))