I'm just starting with a simple require to net/https that fails: xeno@joehill:~$ cat try02.rb #!/usr/bin/ruby # # try02.rb # require 'net/https' # # end of try02.rb xeno@joehill:~$ ./try02.rb ./try02.rb:5:in `require': no such file to load -- net/https (LoadError) from ./try02.rb:5 This is on a Ubuntu/Feisty Server, and I'm not seeing anything about net/https being deprecated on the net, so unless somebody tells me https.rb shouldn't be there anymore, I'll submit a bug to Ubuntu about it... Meanwhile, and sorry if I haven't been following Ruby-Talk well enough to know this, but I'm open to suggestions as to the latest recommended package to use to get basic non-password protected https pages as simply as possible. Thanks -- The only sustainable organizing methods focus not on scale, but on good design of the functional unit, not on winning battles, but on preservation.
on 2007-06-11 02:29
on 2007-06-11 03:02
I am not particularly familiar with Ubuntu, but net/https seems to be included in their libopenssl-ruby1.8 (http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/interpreters/lib...) package. So check whether you have that installed.
on 2007-06-11 06:10
firstname.lastname@example.org: > ./try02.rb:5:in `require': no such file to load -- net/https (LoadError) I know that youâ€™ve already solved this one, but a nice generic solution for such cases is: 1. Go to http://packages.ubuntu.com/#search_contents 2. Put â€˜net/https.rbâ€™ in the keyword field 3. [Search] Youâ€™ll find out quickly which package(s) can solve your problem. :) -- Shot