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I think I may be having the same problem. However, I'm not sure, because when I use:

params.require(:user).permit!

it works just fine. But, when I use:

params.permit(user:[:password,:password_confirmation,:current_password)

it gives the ActiveModel::ForbiddenAttributes exception.

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I use jqPlot in a project at work and so far I like it. It does have somethings which may be hard to implement. However you can use the gem I wrote plot simple(documentation) to get around this.

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Got mine from Cheap SSLs. I'm using Apache because the Ubuntu installations I've worked with have already had it ore-installed. My app is Rails 3.2 so all I did was put a config.force_ssl = true into my production.rb file.

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Not so fun for Windows using MySQL2. Version compiled for Windows breaks in 3.1 and latest version seems to have problems compiling as it is looking for a Makefile, which Windows does not use.

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I think it is the same, edit apache's port for the virtual host if you want :3000, port :80 is just the main port so use http://192.168.0.135 without a port and it should go if it is not blocked by a firewall.

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Passenger does not work for Windows, Phusion says it will be unefficient and give a bad name to both them and rails. There are no plans to port to Windows, so people like me, are stuck with a Mongrel cluster. But, if anyone needs to know where Windows host files are, they are: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc and the files you edit are hosts and imhosts.sam. Linux supports it, so I would consider a dual-boot but the new version of Ubuntu seems to always screw up my Windows partition.