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: fixed by ''gem update bundler'' --[[User:Grin]]
 
: fixed by ''gem update bundler'' --[[User:Grin]]
 
:: Please sign your talk page entries. I just setup a clean jessie chroot and followed the instructions to the letter, no issues. The <tt>gem install bundler</tt> installed the most recent bundler version as expected. --[[User:Jhass|Jhass]] ([[User talk:Jhass|talk]]) 19:45, 12 May 2015 (UTC)
 
:: Please sign your talk page entries. I just setup a clean jessie chroot and followed the instructions to the letter, no issues. The <tt>gem install bundler</tt> installed the most recent bundler version as expected. --[[User:Jhass|Jhass]] ([[User talk:Jhass|talk]]) 19:45, 12 May 2015 (UTC)
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== More info about database setup ==
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"Double check your config/database.yml looks right" is a bit short to tell the podmin that they should setup the database. (And how they are supposed to do that)
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== Post-install instructions ==
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We should give some short post-install instructions for the first steps. (Access the server, maybe even setup an admin account)

Latest revision as of 02:27, 4 January 2016

createdb error

RAILS_ENV=production  DB=postgres  bin/rake db:create db:schema:load
Could not find gem 'rails-assets-jasmine-ajax (= 3.1.0) ruby' in rubygems repository https://rails-assets.org/.
Source does not contain any versions of 'rails-assets-jasmine-ajax (= 3.1.0) ruby'
Run `bundle install` to install missing gems.

--User:Grin

fixed by gem update bundler --User:Grin
Please sign your talk page entries. I just setup a clean jessie chroot and followed the instructions to the letter, no issues. The gem install bundler installed the most recent bundler version as expected. --Jhass (talk) 19:45, 12 May 2015 (UTC)

More info about database setup

"Double check your config/database.yml looks right" is a bit short to tell the podmin that they should setup the database. (And how they are supposed to do that)

Post-install instructions

We should give some short post-install instructions for the first steps. (Access the server, maybe even setup an admin account)