Building a Media Sharing Website - Part 2: TranscodingGo to Lab
Didn't work after provisioning the EC2 instance.
Currently broken. Rails server fails to start "Could not find activesupport-4.2.1 in any of the sources"
Hi guys , I know the webserver installed in EC2 will not work for you . And I ssh to the instance to do trouble shouting. I resolve the bug and I want to share with you the solution. When you run the same bootstrap script manually (inside EC2 , after “sudo su -“) , you will get the error below and the solution is to run “bundle update rdoc “ just before the last line which is “/usr/local/bin/bundle exec bin/rails s -b 0.0.0.0 -p 80 “ Good Luck! Regards http://in.abdennoor.com _____________ Terminal stderr Downloading rdoc-4.2.0 revealed dependencies not in the API or the lockfile (json (~> 1.4)). Either installing with `--full-index` or running `bundle update rdoc` should fix the problem.
Had some issue in EC2 build script
still having the same problem of part1, the web server won't run.. because no activesupport is installed... had to upgrade ruby first then took care a few things... for a stranger to ruby, not trivial task. when all figured out, lab runs thru, tried a few videos.. worked.
Cool video. Thanks
CloudFront Setup step was not used anywhere, Not required for this lab
Great lab to show the capabilities of Elastic Transcoder!!