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Hi, I am quite newb with unix, I have been following the rails tutorial by Michael Hartl; After the second chapter you get a very, very basic app running users and posts.

Before continuing I decided to try and deploy this to webfaction. I have read about the webfaction deployment tutorial and it seams that you have two choice, using rake and doing it yourself and a recommended methos (everywhere) using capistrano. This seams the best way to do it!

I am using the lastest stable version of everything, ruby2, rails4, capistrano3 So I am doing first step:

gem install capistrano

awesome!

then the second step:

Set up Capistrano for your project. Enter capify . and press Enter.

ok I got an error, capistrano 3.x isn't compaible with capistrano 2.x! there must be many changes, so I start searching for tutorial about capistrano 3, deployment and rails. nothing comes up.

Is there any easy introductionary tutorial, with explanation, on how to use capistrano 3, with bitbucket to deploy to webfaction?

I am confuse with tutorial saying you should install the ruby racer, other telling to use ssh key, a very big installation guide which is initelligible to me about capistrano.

I would really like to get some help!

thank you

asked 13 Nov '13, 12:52

aideaucegep
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Our official guide is here. Anything not covered we are happy to answer directly here or with a support ticket.

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answered 14 Nov '13, 01:10

johns
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This Capistrano 3 tutorial series could be of some help to you.

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answered 29 Nov '13, 13:30

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