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How do I map what would be the local port to an ip in rails?

Uhhh so I am a super beginner, but I have a rails on ubuntu droplet which I am working on through the browser console, and I am following the “railstutorial” and I would like to know if there is a way I can access from the web what would be the local default page (http://0.0.0.0:3000) by running the server so it used a particular port (rails server -p) or something like that? Thank you!


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I was able to figure it out! I installed unicorn by

gem install unicorn

and then I ran my rails s webserver and went to https://[mydroplet’sip]:3000