Rod McLaughlin

If you get a usage printout when you are trying to run 'rails s' (13 feb 13)

When you try to run 'rails s', if you get

Usage: rails new APP_PATH [options] etc.

instead of seeing that the app is running, try this:

bundle exec rails new .

and answer most of the questions 'NO'. Otherwise, it will overwrite your files.


rails s


bundle exec rails s

should work.

Thanks again,

Portland London