Hi. I ran gem update -system to upgrade from 0.9.4 on a Linux machine and now it's broken. If I run gem -v, I can see that I have version 1.3.1 If I run rake gems:install, I get 'report_activate_error':Could not find RubyGem rake Can someone offer some guidance for how to fix this? I don't know what other details would be helpful. Rails is frozen in the vendor folder. Do I need to create a symbolic link to fix this, add a gem path or is a bigger problem? THANKS!
on 2008-11-07 02:54
on 2008-11-07 13:55
hi, try in your console, run this command >gem list It shows list of gems,in these find rake is listed or not.(i thought its not installed)if not listed make install the gem.
on 2008-11-07 16:23
The problem turned out to be that the update reinstalled gems in a different location than where the gems were installed. We needed to reinstall gems again and this time it installed in the correct spot.
on 2009-01-01 22:42
Cs Webgrl wrote: > The problem turned out to be that the update reinstalled gems in a > different location than where the gems were installed. We needed to > reinstall gems again and this time it installed in the correct spot. Hello, I seem to have stumbled into the same problem. I have a number of gems installed on my Ubuntu box, and they all reside in /var/lib/gems/1.8/gems/ But after doing $ sudo gem update --system and successfully upgrading to v.1.3.1, suddenly gems are being looked for in /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/ which is empty. In fact, doing $ gem list yielded ZERO gems. To test things, I then installed a new gem: $ sudo gem install capistrano_colors which succeeded. 'gem list' does report this one, and I found the package in /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/ Cs Webgrl says they reinstalled all gems to make things work again, but I wonder if there is a simpler, cleaner way to have the proper path restored. Thanks in advance! Giuseppe