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Ruby

Can't Get a Server Going.

I use the 'rails server' command, but when I enter the http://0.0.0.0:3000 into my browser, nothing happens. Can anyone explain to me why or how this is happening?

Notes - Operating System : Windows 64-bit

I just went through this last night myself and after a little research I found if I typed localhost:3000 it would connect. Not sure if it's a difference between Mac and Windows, but it worked for me.

Thank you so much, it worked!

George Offley
George Offley
Courses Plus Student 7,386 Points

http://127.0.0.1:3000 would work as well since that is the loop back address for your computer.

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