Topic: Controller 404
I'm using apache2, RoR (ruby 1.8), and fcgi on ubuntu.
Few things to note:
- I've verified that .cgi and .fcgi script are processed by the server.
- The files in my rails project are all chmodded to 777 (just to make sure that isn't stopping me)
When I load my app, I get the "welcome to rails" page. If I click on "About your application's environment" I get "For security purposes, this information is only available to local requests." So that part of the application is working ok. (I'm not viewing from the local machine)
Now, I created a controller while in the root of the rails framework "script/create controller HelloWorld", and it creates the necessary files just fine. However, when I navigate to "http://www.my_website/Hello_World" I get nothing but a 404 "not found" page.
If I boot up the WEBrick web server, I get the same problem. The main page loads but nothing else will. The "application environment" loads the same (with the security message) on both apache2 and webrick.