there's tow options for installing ruby on windows, the one clikc installer, and installing the complied binares, well, I don't know how to install the complied binaries, I downloaded it, copied on my d partition, I don't know what they mean with install, o didn't see any setup, so, I juste copied to this location d:\ruby now I'm trying to install the gems, and can't do it, with the one click installer I after installation a could just go d:\rubygems\ setup.rb, that easy, I think ruby is not installed, so please help me I don't want to use the one click installer, because I want to learn how to do it my self, so see what installs and what else a need to install thanks if you tell me how
on 2007-05-10 01:34
on 2007-05-10 02:42
gino wrote: > I don't want to use the one click installer, because I want to learn how > to do it my self, so see what installs and what else a need to install > thanks if you tell me how > Did you make sure that the ruby\bin directory is in your path?
on 2007-05-10 03:13
Michael W. Ryder wrote: > Did you make sure that the ruby\bin directory is in your path? That was it, it was the path you have to forgiveme I'm a newvie
on 2007-05-10 03:34
I changed the Path, but now other programs can't find the Path, I think I did it wrong, how do I change the path?
on 2007-05-10 18:31
On May 9, 7:34 pm, Longinos L. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I changed the Path, but now other programs can't find the Path, I think > I did it wrong, > how do I change the path? > > -- > Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/. I'd suggest using the One-click installer. Is there a specific reason not too? Cheers Chris