Flash Rails Standard is a freeware and portable rails environment designed to properly run on any removable media. It has everything you need to run ruby/rails applications and integrates nicely with RadRails-0.7.2.
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Flash Rails is a Freeware, portable rails environment. Flash Rails Standard also includes an installer which can be used to install flash rails on any Windows, Linux or Mac OS X computer. The standard package includes the following things: * A web server which can be used to serve your applications * Postgresql support * Devise authentication * Bootstrap styling * Thymeleaf support * JQuery support * Plugins precompiled
Just copy all the files from the folder on the flash drive to the destination and launch the installer. The installer will install the required components and setup the environment.
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git push and merge fail after deleting the local commit
I cloned a repo from github with ‘git clone’.
Then I deleted the local commit on the computer, by typing git reset –hard HEAD.
Then I added more content, and committed it with ‘git add’ and ‘git commit -m “message”‘.
Then I deleted that local commit.
Then I typed ‘git push’, and it gave me a message like this:
! [rejected] master -> master (non-fast-forward)
error: failed to push some refs to ‘email@example.com:myName/myRepo.git’
hint: Updates were rejected because the tip of your current branch is behind
hint: its remote counterpart. Merge the remote changes (e.g. ‘git pull’)
hint: before pushing again.
hint: See the ‘Note about fast-forwards’ in ‘git push –help’ for details.
I tried ‘git pull’ also, but that gave me the same message.
I tried again and got the same message. I tried with a different repo, and got the same message.
I tried git reset and got the same message.
What did I do wrong?
The problem is that you made a commit, even after deleting it. This commit is now not in your repository anymore. You can get it back by rebasing your current branch onto that commit:
git rebase -i HEAD~1
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– ruby 1.9.1 with passenger support
– RT-0.7.2 (through RadRails-0.7.2)
– openssl 1.0.1e
– mysql-connector-C++-0.2.2-2 (via RadRails-0.7.2)
– ruby-enterprise-1.0.11 (through RadRails-0.7.2)
– ruby-enterprise-1.0.11-3.0 (via RadRails-0.7.2)
– ruby-enterprise-1.0.11-3.0-1 (via RadRails-0.7.2)
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Integrate Rails installation and RubyGems easily on any removable media.
Run Rails and RubyGems easily from any location (OSX, Windows, or Linux).
Windows (XP, Vista, and 7)
Mac OS X (10.4.x through 10.6.x)
Linux (Red Hat, CentOS, and Debian)
Mac OS X 10.4.x and above.
Mac OS X 10.5 or newer.
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7.
Linux x86 and x64
The latest versions of these operating systems are recommended.
If you encounter any errors when using Flash Rails Standard please make sure to submit a bug report at or file an issue on the github page:
Ubuntu 8.04 and earlier Ruby 1.8.6 and earlier RubyGems 1.2.1.
Instructions for Installing Flash Rails Standard on Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8)
1) Install the latest stable versions of the following:
Mac OS X 10.5 or later:
1. Install Ruby 1.8.6
If using the ruby-install script please make sure to run the script as administrator:
Code: ruby-install –ruby –rails –gem –system
If you have already run the ruby-install script as administrator you must first run the script as an administrator again.
2) Install ruby gems 1.2.1.
Code: gem install rails
3) Install the required gems
Code: cd ~/rails/flash_rails_standard/gems
Code: ruby setup.rb
What’s New in the Flash Rails Standard?
Flash Rails Standard is a freeware and portable rails environment designed to properly run on any removable media. It has everything you need to run ruby/rails applications and integrates nicely with RadRails-0.7.2. It is a self-contained ruby and rails environment which includes everything required to run applications. Applications are run from a flash drive or cd/dvd which makes them portable. Since the code is self-contained, there is no need to worry about installing missing libraries and packages. This version of ruby is based on ruby-1.8.7-p334 and rails is based on rad-rails-0.7.2. The included libraries are: erubis, nokogiri, bcrypt-ruby, rake, mini_magick, acts_as_ferret, rack and nokogiri-xpath.
To use Flash Rails Standard you will need to run ruby-1.8.7-p334 and rails-0.7.2. You will also need the rubygem “openssl” gem. This gem is bundled into ruby. You do not need to install it on your system. Flash Rails Standard does not require that you install any other gems.
Flash Rails Standard can be installed using the supplied install.sh script. Run the install.sh script and answer “yes” to the question “This will install Gem files in your system’s default locations”.
After this installation, you should be able to run ruby and rails command to test it.
After installing Flash Rails Standard, you can run rails using the install.sh script. Run the script like this:
# cd into this directory and run the script
$ cd into this directory and run the script
or use the recommended “gem install” command like this:
$ gem install rad-rails
The install.sh script will install ruby gems that are required for running RadRails.
You will need to install the libraries that were installed using the install.sh script. First, go to the application directory and install any libraries that are missing from the current installation. This is for the most part not required.
# cd into this directory
$ cd into this directory
# cd into the correct library directory
$ cd into the correct library directory
# ls -al
# make install
Running Rails Applications:
After installing Flash Rails Standard you can run your rails applications by cd’ing into the application directory and typing “rails server”. You will be able to access your application at If you do not get an error message from the server, you will be able to get the production application to
OS: OS X 10.8 or later
Processor: Intel Core i5 or later
Memory: 4 GB
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 650 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
Storage: 4 GB
DirectX: Version 11
Interface: USB 3.0 or later
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