Http://localhost:3000/cars Doesn't work


#1

Everything up to this point seems to have worked correctly.

I could be trying to open this incorrectly. I don’t have a web browser installed on my virtual machine, so I tried to open it on my host, which doesn’t seem right. Do I need to install a web browser on my virtual machine or is there another way I should be opening this?


#2

It didn’t work for me either and I am using Firefox on the VM.


#3

You can’t use a host browser when running code in a VM. Any linux distro will have a built in browser you can use.


#4

I’m using Ubuntu and I can’t open the browser. It keeps telling the connection isn’t secure.


#5

What connection? localhost?


#6

I also had an issue getting this to run but resolved it so sharing here…In the VM, I right clicked on the desktop and selected Create URL link. I pasted the localhost:3000 link in the URL field. Clicked Create. When I launched it from my desktop, it launches Firefox and the Cars application is running in the browser.


#7

Hey, did you figure it out? did it work for you? I’m facing the same issue. i tried searching online for any solution and nothing.


#8

Can you provide some more details about the issue @iam-hr-523?


#9

I am facing the same issue, I have tried to create the URL lick on desktop, but had no luck?


#10

Could it have something to do with chromedriver-helper being depreciated? Or Ruby sass reaching the end of life? I have tried to search for fixes for both these issues but have had zero luck finding out how to rectify these. please help?


#11

@3dayweekend

Type heroku logs into the terminal when in the rails project folder. That should give you an indiciation of any potential error.


#12

Thanks for your reply mate, I redid a bunch of the steps and it worked the second time. I think seeing the warnings about the old sass and chromedriver threw me.:call_me_hand: