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    Question How do I start RadiantCMS with Instant Rails?

    I've searched everywhere on Google and I can't find the answer because probably it's the dumbest question and everyone has it figured it out. But it's like I couldn't find the switch to power on my PC.

    I've got Instant Rails working on my Windows XP and the integrated gem Typo works too. I downloaded RadiantCMS but how do I start it?!

    - Ruby no rails

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    Open a command line in the directory and type "ruby script/server".

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    Thanks for replying. Actually I meant how do I install RadiantCMS in Instant Rails for Windows

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    Why do you want to use instant rails? The normal Rails version is better for everything except tryout.

    You can use RubyOneClickInstaller to install Ruby.

    Then you type this in a command line:

    Code:
    gem install --include-dependencies radiant
    After that, follow these steps:

    http://radiantcms.org/download/

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    ditto

    I am in the same situation as vitalis. Installed InstantRails, and successfully ran typo, cookbook and created the "todo" tutorial in the web-apps folder. Unzipped radiant into same folder and set up configuration, apache virtual directory, database tables etc but http://radiant produces the typo screen! I did get it to give a 400 error once but couldn't work out why. I suppose I should install rails + ruby non instantly, but it "should" run radiant or any other app surely?

    Any help appreciated.
    Scryptik Javascript editor - with inbuilt syntax error checker


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