Hi all, I already sent this to the Rails list, but I figure someone here might know how to troubleshoot this. Apparently rails didn't install correctly on my Mandrake 10.0 system. ================================= [slitt@mydesk work]$ rails demo /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems.rb:204:in `report_activate_error': Could not find RubyGem rails (> 0) (Gem::LoadError) from /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems.rb:141:in `activate' from /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems.rb:37:in `require_gem_with_options' from /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/rubygems.rb:31:in `require_gem' from /usr/bin/rails:17 [slitt@mydesk work]$ ================================= What is "RubyGem rails (> 0)"? I installed rails with this command as root: gem install rails --include-dependencies It errored out (can't remember what it didn't find) so I ran it again and it said it installed successfully. My Mandrake 10.0 came with Ruby 1.8.1 which is insufficient for rails, so I installed ruby 1.8.4 in /usr/local/bin, and then renamed the ruby in /usr/bin to ruby.1.8.1, and then set up a symlink from /usr/bin/ruby to /usr/local/bin/ruby. At that point, running Ruby brought up 1.8.4. I have no idea what the error message meant by "RubyGem rails (> 0)". Can anyone give me some hints on how to troubleshoot this? Thanks SteveT Steve L. http://www.troubleshooters.com email@example.com
on 2005-12-28 17:25
on 2005-12-28 20:04
If I can remember correctly I had to set env variable RUBY_LIB to it's corresponding path ... /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/1.8/ in order to get gems and rails to work ... may want to try that.
on 2005-12-28 21:04
Hi all, What I did was reinstalled, but this time without the --include-dependencies. gem install rails This meant that for each dependency, I had to say yes. The install appeared to go through cleanly. I then did rails demo, and it did the right thing, and after this: cd /home/slitt/work/demo ruby script/server I was able to pull up a rails generated page on http://localhost:3000. I have NO IDEA why installing without the --include-dependencies would have made the problem go away, or even whether the thing that fixed it was just doing one more install of any kind. What I do know is I found out about running without --include-dependencies after google searching the error message, and that email thread suggested just gem install rails. If anyone else asks about a "Could not find RubyGem rails" error, please tell them to try not using --include-dependencies, and please tell me what happened, as I'd like to find the true root cause of this problem. Thanks SteveT