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I just upgraded to rails 3 and have never used restful authentication before. I had rolled my own authentication but wanted to go with this cause i expect it is more secure and tested. After installing everything i am getting the error below. This is from a new rails project and i have followed the instructions on the link below. The migrations have been run. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.

https://github.com/Satish/restful-authentication
uninitialized constant UsersController::AuthenticatedSystem

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Original restful-authentication by techno-weenie is not Rails 3 compatible. You can look at Devise or Authlogic as Rails 3 ready alternatives.
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