rvm single user installation fails with: curl: (35) error:140770FC:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown protocol

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Problem

You want to install rvm as a single user in a new linux but when trying to install it with the normal installation instruction:

it fails with the following error:

Solution

You are behind a proxy server and you need to setup your environment variables for the server in your .profile file like the following (and make sure you source the file afterwards with . ~/.profile):

rvm – Branch origin/ruby_2_1_0 not found.

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Problem

You are trying to install the new ruby in your ubuntu rvm installation with rvm install 2.1 but you are getting the error:

Solution

If you are careful and you notice a warning message as:

then you would need to update your rvm installation to the latest one with:

And then you should be able to install the latest ruby version with:

Dreamhost keeps asking for password when installing rvm ruby version

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Problem

After installing rvm on dreamhost, when trying to install any ruby version afterwards, there is a prompt for password, and when entering the user’s password there is the message that the user is not in the sudoers list.

Solution

To be able to install the rvm ruby version you would like you should be installing them by using the following which is based on the answer here :

and then:

rvm “You need to change your terminal emulator preferences to allow login shell.”

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Problem

After a new rvm installation in an (k)ubuntu system you get the following error from rvm when trying to switch between rubies:

Solution

As the message suggests you can change the setting in your terminal which is fine if you are using the gnome-terminal by going to the link provided:

but if you are using Konsole in KDE you need to go to a different link that explains the change in the settings:

rails `require’: cannot load such file — mysql2/mysql2 (LoadError)

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Problem

You want to use a different ruby version from the one you have initially installed and build your application with, but when you change it in your rvm installation you get the following error:

Solution

To make it work again you will have to uninstall the mysql2 gem and install it again in the new ruby version with the option –platform=ruby.

RVM and RubyGems versions

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Problem

You would like to upgrade your rubygems version from 1.8.17 to the latest version 2.0.7 for example.

Solution

You can upgrade to a specific or the latest gem version and relate that to a specific rvm ruby that you have installed.
So if for example you have ruby-1.9.3-p327 and ruby-2.0.0-p247, you can have different gem version (or the same if you want) for each ruby version.

To upgrade to the latest one in the ruby-2.0.0-p247 for example you could do the following:

Getting rails console on an amazon aws server when using rvm

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Problem

You would like to get access to your rails application console on an Amazon ec2 instance, and you are also using rvm.

Solution

  • Login with ssh to your server as normal:
  • Go to your application’s current folder:
  • Run the following replacing the environment with your specific environment (ie production,beta,staging etc):

$rvm_path (/home/ubuntu/.rvm/) does not exist. error

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Problem

When you want to use the capistrano recipe to deploy to a vagrant virtual box as described in ‘Deploying Rails’, and after you have corrected the rvm_path as described here, you get the following error message:

Solution

Make sure that after adding the rvm_path add also the following to the deploy.rb file, since rvm is installed system wide.

Suggestion from here.

.rvm/bin/rvm-shell: No such file or directory error

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Problem

When trying to set up the capistrano deploy recipe to deploy to the vagrant virtual box as described in ‘Deploying rails’, you get the error:

when you have installed rvm system wide on the virtual box.

Solution

Make sure that you add the following into your deploy.rb file to set up the path for rvm:

Solution taken from here