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|Ruby on Rails — new install on windows 7 but cant run ruby commands, problem with path?|
| by evident in Programming Languages|
I just installed ruby on rails on my new computer ( I was using
instantrails before) and I'm trying to get everything setup.
Im running Windows 7. So I followed the instructions from this
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| by Coder Blues in Programming Languages|
I installed Ruby 1.9.2 using one click installer to c:
It doesn't set any path, so I set it to include
uby192 at the very beginning of the path.
it error on something (for Rails 3.0), the path says:
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| by KompuKare in Programming Languages|
First, many thanks in advance for any help. I'm a complete novice
with programming and I'm trying to get started with this Ruby on Rails
I have been trying figure this out for about 7 hours now and
|Ruby on Rails — How can I update ruby to >= 1.8.7|
| by Tennessee in Programming Languages|
I've been trying to figure this out but its starting to make me
want to pull my hair out.
I'm installing RoR on a new
machince using instantrails.
Whenever I run "gem update
--system", I get the error for several gems? that "activesupport
requires Ruby version >= 1.8.7"
|Issuing Ruby on Rails commands without the command line in Windows (Instant Rails)|
| by RKelln in Programming Languages|
I'm working on a public computer where access to the cmd is
restricted, i.e., I cannot access it at all.
How do issue
commands such as "rails", "rake", or even install gems among other
options I'd normally use the command line for with the cmd?
|ruby 2.0 rails gem install error “cannot load such file — openssl”|
| by cjdavis in Programming Languages|
I am using osx 10.8.2 installed ruby 2.0 and....
when trying to run "sudo gem install rails"
$ sudo gem
ERROR: Loading command: install (LoadError)
cannot load such file -- openssl
ERROR: While executing gem
|Clean install of Ubuntu Karmic, Ruby 1.8.7 (2009-04-08 patchlevel 160), jkraemer-acts_as_ferret (0.4.4), Rails 2.3.4 — Errors with AAF|
| by Bakafish in Programming Languages|
I have a fresh install of Ubuntu Karmic, Ruby and Rails. I checkout
out a working (production) application. Created the databases and ran
the rake tasks. Made sure I had all the required gems of which
acts_as_ferret by Jens Krämer was one of them.
appears to be installed c
|[ubuntu] Install Ruby/Ruby on Rails on Karmic Koala|
| by SMOGZINN in Programming Languages|
I followed the step-by-step tutorial to install Ruby:RoR on Ubuntu
9.10 (see more details on
was OK util I tried to install rails:
|On Windows, can't we have different versions of Ruby and Rails (or Gemsets) just by setting the PATH?|
| by tobybot in Programming Languages|
As I remember, on Windows, all the gems get installed relative to
c:, so can we actually have different paths
|I get "Certificate Verify Failed" on installing Bundler for Ruby on Rails, on Windows 7. Ruby 1.9.3|
|4/12/2014 3:50 pm by Spain in Programming Languages|
I've tried everything what I understood in my short knowladge of
When I enter "bundler install" I get "Certificate Verify Failed"
(I've checked the certificate, it's updated) Then it ends up with
"Make sure "gem install [gem's name] -v [version] succeds before