Actually don’t do that. One moment.
Can you start a rails server and try the following addresses in your browser:
http://127.0.01:3000 http://127.0.01:3030 http://locahost:3030
I can only connect to the first one
It shows the “Yay you’re on Rails” page
Right of course, I get the same error message
[::1]:3000/cars in your browser do anything different?
Hmm interesting it seems to work now. Although so does
I’m not sure what changed
Actually, I wonder if it was some issue with my file names/structure. I was keeping the project within a folder called
Documents (Local) and I moved it into my home folder. Maybe the parentheses could’ve have messed something up, but otherwise I have no idea
Sometimes spaces in a filename can mess things up
Lesson learned. Thanks for the help!
I had the same issue while on my windows os. Turns out whenever i run the rails s command in powershell, i get thata error, but with cmd and git i dont get that error. So the simple solution was to change to cmd