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I am trying to get Ruby and Rails up and running. When I try to connect to the server with:
bundle exec rails server
I get a load error message stating the sqlite3 cannot be located. I am working off of windows 8.1. Do anyone have any advice. I've tried this from stackoverflow and it didn't work.
Is that file (/sqlite3/sqlite3_native) in your PATH environment variable? It will need to be in order for that gem to work. If you need to check try using echo %PATH% on the command prompt. If it ends up that you need to add it to your path you can either SET PATH=%PATH%;C:\Path\To\Sqlite3
I've downloaded the SQlite3 and added it to my Path. When I run echo %PATH% the SQlite3 appears in the path. When I run: bundle exec rails server, I get the same load error message. However, if I run: sqlite3.exe from my command line it seems to start, but I can't run any other commands. Ultimately, I still cannot connect to the rails server so I can move forward. Is there a particular place I need to store this file?
I just deleted ruby and will try again from the beginning. This as been a week long road so a lot of files have been moved around. I've been all over stackoverflow. I will put the dll and exe files in the C:sqlite3 and add that to the path.