...doneIt isn't Apache that's the issue here. It is mongrel. mod_rails supports rails 3+ so nginx doesn't have anything to do with the requirements here.
If you require Rails 3.0+, please post a feature request for mod_rails support, because that's the only way I see it happening. We are currently investigating mod_rails as an option internally, but the more interest in that option from our user base, the greater likelihood of adoption.
Our feature request forum is at the following location:
Feature Requests for cPanel and WHM
Yes, we have been running bundle install for our clients, either as root then chowning the files to the user or by enabling compiler access then running bundle install as the user. We are trying to work out a way to temporarily enable compiler access for users while bundler is running but have not found a decent solution as yet.JamieD - Have you been running bundle install for your users then? Have you been using RVM at all? Any more tips?
This links does not seem to work any more.I wrote a guide awhile back about installing mod_rails and Rails 3 using cPanel:
Installing mod_rails and Rails 3.0.9 on a cPanel machine - cPanel & WHM Admin Blog
Would this still work with updated versions of rail and passenger? I have followed this guide, had no errors along the way but I just can't seem to access the public folders.
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