My ISO, Dreamhost, offers limited support for Ruby and RoR, even though
they 'optimize' using Passenger and others.

When they changed to Ubuntu as their baseline platform my radiant
application broke.
I've whittled away at the error listing, fixing up gems and so forth but
have now run into a dead end.  I don't know what to try and do next.
Googling around I haven't found anything that addresses this
specifically.  I'm not an ubuntu user; I don't know about its

The error page reports the following:

Web application could not be started

undefined method `[]' for Radiant::Config:Module (NoMethodError)





  */home/antonaylward/*.gems/gems/rails-2.3.18/lib/initializer.rb:113:in `run'

  /usr/lib/ruby/vendor_ruby/1.8/rubygems/custom_require.rb:36:in `require'

Error ID
Application root
Environment (value of RAILS_ENV, RACK_ENV, WSGI_ENV, NODE_ENV and
Ruby interpreter command


General Ruby interpreter information

    RUBY_VERSION = 1.8.7
    RUBY_PLATFORM = x86_64-linux
    RUBY_ENGINE = nil
    RubyGems version = 1.8.15
    RubyGems paths = ["*/home/antonaylward/*.gems", "/usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8"]

Activated Ruby gems

    rails => 2.3.18
    activerecord => 2.3.18
    rack-cache => 1.2
    actionpack => 2.3.18
    rubypants => 0.2.0
    imagesize => 0.1.1
    tzinfo => 0.3.33
    i18n => 0.6.0
    radius => 0.7.3
    rack => 1.1.6
    memcache-client => 1.8.5
    builder => 2.1.2
    activeresource => 2.3.18
    actionmailer => 2.3.18
    activesupport => 2.3.18

There's a lot more CPU specific into and a ;ot more about how the Ruby
interpreter was built, whcih I don't think is relevant.


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