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Question: Build a Simple Ruby on Rails Application>Creating an Authentication System>Installing Devise

I am trying to install devise, however my output looks much different than that of the video. Am I still on the right track?

  invoke  active_record
  create    db/migrate/20130522161816_devise_create_installs.rb
  create    app/models/install.rb
  invoke    test_unit
  create      test/unit/install_test.rb
  create      test/fixtures/installs.yml
  insert    app/models/install.rb
   route  devise_for :installs

This was the output to the console. Thanks!

1 Answer

Jason Seifer
Jason Seifer
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hi Pierce Harmon what command did you use to install devise? It looks like you may have accidentally generated an "Install" model rather than a User model. You may want to go over that video and try again.