As the title says, I recently ran the system updater. At the time there was 400 updates. I installed them all and everything was peachy.
A few days later it showed that I had more updates. So, wanting to avoid getting to 400 updates again, I ran them. There was only 4 and they were all related to python libs.
These were all level 3 updates and I installed them the day after they came out (6/25/13).
I am a Ruby On Rails developer and the next day I came in and was working on a project, I went to run my rails server with the command
rails s and I got this message:
rails is not currently installed please run apt-get install rails to install.
I then tried to run
cap -f deploy(capistrano), and even
ruby -v and I got the same message for all of them.
RubyMine (my IDE) still sees that ruby on rails is installed, and I can run my dev server though that.This is not ideal however so:
How do I make my terminal see my ruby on rails installation again?