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Why can I only view default "Yay! You're on Rails!" page?
I used the One-Click Install for a Rails app. Everything appears to have gone smoothly.
So I created a folder side-by-side with the /home/rails/example app and updated /etc/nginx/sites-available/rails (and thereby sites-enabled too) to point at my folder instead of example.
I then setup my secretkeybase, and ran the command
bundle exec rake assets:precompile db:migrate RAILS_ENV=production
Rebooted the server, effectively, to ensure all changes would pick up. But when accessing my site by the IP address, it still shows that default “Yay! You’re on Rails!” page.
I’m not sure what I’m overlooking and would love if someone could point me in the right direction.
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