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How to get Social_module up and running The source code to Social_module is managed via Git. Get Git The first step is to install Git. Linux and Mac users should have no problems; Windows users might have to install Cygwin first. For more detailed information, check out our guide for Installing Git under the Git Guides. Clone of the official repository (git://github.com/jeyboy/social_module.git) git clone git://github.com/jeyboy/social_module.git * Social_module runs on Ruby on Rails, so first you need to get rails running. Go download rails (http://rubyonrails.org/down) and follow it's instructions to get rails running. * The directions in this README file assume some knowledge of rails, but I'll go through it a bit here first. * The first thing to do is install the ruby gems that are required. For each gem listed in the README, at the command line, do something like "gem install [gem name]" or "sudo gem install [gem name]". * The next thing to do is set up your database . Social_module is setup to use MySQL by default, so just follow the instructions in the README and configure the files for your computer. * Now setup global variable (site name and url and stuff) and change the html and css to suit your taste. * Start Social_module with the typical "./script/server" and point your browser to "http://localhost:3000". Manual Setup: Install RVM https://github.com/wayneeseguin/rvm Install the Required Gems: Console: - sudo apt-get install libcurl3 libcurl3-gnutls libcurl4-openssl-dev - rvm gemset create "social_module" - rvm use ruby@social_module - gem install bundler - cd */social_module - bundle install Setup the databases: 1. Edit config/database.yml.example to reflect the database names you would like to use. 2. cp config/database.yml.example config/database.yml 3. rake db:create 4. rake db:migrate 5. rake routes All tests pass: 6. rake Setup default values: 7. Edit config/environments/development.rb and production.rb to suit your tastes. 8. Edit application.css to suite your tastes. Start Social_module: 9. ./script/server 10. Go to the home page http://localhost:3000 11. Go to the signup page and create an account.