See this for granting permission to a user inside of Postgres: http://www.cyberciti.biz/fa...
It's in there at the top of the Installing Rails section. :)
Make sure you installed all the dependencies. The native extensions it needs to build are likely the sqlite3 ones.
You may want to make sure that the user you created has admin rights to create databases. That could be the problem as it looks like only the postgres user has "Create DB" permissions.
Oh of course! Thanks for catching that. I'll make sure to update the tutorial.
Did you install ruby with rbenv? If so, you need to run
rbenv rehash to make the executable available.
Thanks for pointing that out. I wonder why it removes logrotate...That's definitely something you want to keep around unless they have a replacement.
I fixed the wrapping so everything is on one line now! :)
Sorry, there's word wrapping there. Those two lines are meant to be one.
Ah thanks! Fixed that up. :)
sudo apt-get update and then the install again. Maybe your repository list is out of date.
Yes! That is correct. I'll try to update the tutorial soon to note that. Thanks!
Fixed! Thanks for pointing those out Abe.
If you used rbenv, you'll need to run "rbenv rehash" to get it to see the new version of Rails.
Make sure you haven't installed Rails from another method. It seems as if you've got two copies of Rails installed.
Good to hear, and let me know via email if you have anything that should be changed.
Thanks for the notes! I'll update the tut.
You're missing the autoconf package. Just run
sudo apt-get install autoconf and it should work if you try again.
Thanks for the kind words Nes! I've been planning how we're going to do the Rails content with the same sort of clarity and we will definitely be taking you along step by step. Hop on the mailing list and I'll be sure to let you know when they are out. :)
Sounds like curl isn't able to authenticate with your proxy. You might just try adding the proxy credentials into the curl command. You can run
man curl in terminal to get the docs on it.