-bash: ruby: command not found

Hi all

i am install Ruby Enterprise Edition on CentOS 5.8 linux server. i
followed
this link
http://forums.vexxhost.com/discussion/226/deploying-ruby-enterprise-edition-on-the-cloud/p1i
did not get any problem while installing it. after instillation when i
type ruby -v it shows this error " -bash: ruby: command not found ". how
to
solve it. i did not get any problem in the process of installation.
Kindly
help me out.

Cheers,
Kp

This is for centOS 5.5 but perhaps you can figure the rest out by
yourself:

http://www.betaquest.com/2010/09/installing-ruby-and-gems-on-centos-5-5/
Am 01.11.2012 13:14 schrieb “keerthi priya”
[email protected]:

If any has got good link to install Ruby on Rails on CentOS kindly share
with me

On Thu, Nov 1, 2012 at 5:42 PM, keerthi priya
<[email protected]

Thanks Norbert. i have installed ror on cen os . i can help me out for
Nginx with passenger on CentOs plz… go process to install Nginx with
passenger. i have installed but i have some problem what i have
installed.

2012/11/1 keerthi priya [email protected]:

Thanks Norbert. i have installed ror on cen os . i can help me out for Nginx
with passenger on CentOs plz… go process to install Nginx with passenger.
i have installed but i have some problem what i have installed.

Sorry, but I can’t help you with nginx, I had to use apache.

But that other people can help you, you should provide some more
information what exactly isn’t working.

If it is nginx in general you should probably ask on a nginx or centOS
list first.

If it is passenger, tell what you have tried and what errormessages you
get.

This guide pretty much worked for me as i recall.

http://library.linode.com/frameworks/ruby-on-rails-nginx/centos-5

hey, @keerthi! when I installed ruby 1.9 on Debian 6 box, I encountered
same problem, because on Debian Ruby executable called ruby1.9.1, so I
just
symlinked it:

ln -s /usr/bin/ruby1.9.1 /usr/bin/ruby

maybe this is related to your issue, try to type ruby^TAB on your
console

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