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Ruby and sqlite3 gem not working with bundle. SLackware

I need to run a ruby project with gems and specs. When I type bundle install I received: bash-5.1# bundle install Don't run Bundler as root. Bundler can ask for sudo if it is needed, and installing ...
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How to get native RubyGems with extensions to compile on MSys2

RubyInstaller for Windows mostly works pretty well. But as a learning exercise, I want to turn the whole process upside down (RI4W installs MSys2 alongside Ruby and uses a helper script, 'RIDK', which ...
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Gem::Ext::BuildError: ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension

I have the following Dockerfile: FROM debian:stretch-backports RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y --no-install-recommends \ build-essential \ ruby ruby-dev \ ...
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gem install bundler, bundle not working

So this is a bit weird. Gem works fine. When I go to gem install bundler, the system outputs the following: Successfully installed bundler-1.16.2 1 gem installed When I check to see what gems ...
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Can't install ruby on rails MacOSX

While trying to install ruby on rails with sudo gem install rails I get the following error Building native extensions. This could take a while... ERROR: Error installing rails: ERROR: Failed ...
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How do I get sudo to read my ~/.gemrc file?

I'm using Debian Linux, Ruby on Rails 5 on Apache with Passenger. I crated the file ~/.gemrc gem: --no-rdoc --no-ri However, I'm running the command sudo bundle install and it doesn't seem to be ...
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openSUSE Leap 42.3: Cannot install Jekyll due to dependency issues

I'm trying to install Jekyll on my Linode server running openSUSE Leap 42.3, but Zypper gives me this error: # zypper install ruby2.1-rubygem-jekyll Loading repository data... Reading installed ...
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Gem install producing "OpenSSL" error

For at least a week now i have been trying to install Bettercap on my Raspberry PI using gem but whenever i type in: sudo gem install bettercap i receive an error message that says ERROR: While ...
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How to start gem ffaker in Debian?

I install ffaker but cannot find it in my PATH masi@masi:~$ sudo gem install ffaker Fetching: ffaker-2.6.0.gem (100%) Successfully installed ffaker-2.6.0 Parsing documentation for ffaker-2.6.0 ...
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How can I use ruby gem commands like bundler when ruby is installed by nix package manager?

I'm new to nix package manager. After installing nix into Ubuntu 16.04 LTS(Japanese translated version), I installed ruby with nix-env command. Then I did gem install bundler. That seemed to work ...
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Ruby version issues

I have been practising setting up a production environment with puppet, and now I'm setting up everything to accommodate HTTP requests with Apache. Since Puppet runs on Ruby, I also need Passenger ...
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x64_mingw not a valid platform - Rails 5

Bluehost Shared Server ruby -v 2.2.2 rails -v 5.0.0.1 gem -v 2.4.5 ~/.bashrc export HPATH=$HOME export GEM_HOME=$HPATH/ruby/gems export GEM_PATH=$GEM_HOME:/lib64/ruby/gems/1.9.3 export GEM_CACHE=$...
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Is there a way to use this command without having to type 'y' all the time?

I am trying to remove all ruby gems before uninstalling ruby. The command I am using is: sudo gem uninstall --all to achieve this. However, I have to type y continually to remove things. Is ...
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Ruby gems not recognized in bash script

I have built a node.js app that listens for webhooks. Currently it is used to build a jekyll website. I have configured it on my server and jekyll build works perfectly when I run it in the root of ...
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How to install a Ruby gem on Arch Linux using Puppet?

I've got the following: class travis_linter { include shell package { 'travis-lint': ensure => latest, provider => gem, } } When I try to test it, however, I get the following ...
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mysql2 gem build error when installing redmine

when i tried installing redmine with bundle install --without development test I received this build error: Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/......... Resolving dependencies...............
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Installing Jekyll on Elementary OS using gem

When I try to install Jekyll on Elementary OS Luna with the command sudo gem install jekyll --no-rdoc --no-ri I get the following error. -- rbconfig (LoadError) from /usr/lib/ruby/vendor_ruby/1.8/...
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How to specify a higher ruby version for installing a gem?

I install a ruby package. $ sudo gem install pdfbeads ERROR: Error installing pdfbeads: nokogiri requires Ruby version >= 1.9.2. says that it needs ruby version greater than 1.9.1. My ruby ...
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