Yes. I'll be more specific.
I had my hosting company install the radiant gem.
I logged into a terminal and ran "radiant --database=mysql radiant-
That created the folder radiant-test with a few files but no app
folder for adding views and controllers
I configured my database.yml file to connect to my MySQL database and
ran "rake development db:bootstrap"
I created my administrator and then chose "Styled Blog"
Everything came back with an OK and then it was finished.
To me it all looked successful.
So, I went to the URL to log in to the backend and got a 404.
On Oct 2, 11:59 pm, swartz <netv...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Can you be more specific.
> Can you list which instructions and the order that you run them in.
> What OS is it being installed on (shouldn't matter much)?
> Did you run the migrations?
> Did you generate the sample content? Or is it a blank install of
> The simplest way to install is to install the radiant gem via
> >gem install radiant
> for which you may need root privileges
> and then run the following to create the project
> >radiant --database mysql path/to/project
> followed by a migration>rake db:migrate
> from within the path/to/project folder
> That will create the necessary tables. But it will be mostly empty.
> Then if you wish, you can generate some sample content via
> >rake [production|development] db:bootstrap
> On Oct 2, 5:07 am, Jonathan <this.is.e...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I just need some help to understand how this thing works. I've gone
> > through the installation instructions I found on the project github
> > page and didn't get any errors. But when I try to login to the admin
> > section, I get a 404.
> > Am I supposed create a rails app first with all of my own controllers
> > and views and then install this on top of it?