Re: compiling ruby on linux

On Thursday 01 March 2007 11:10:10 pm Ken B. wrote:

Also the up-arrow key is not working in irb
about Ubuntu. Ubuntu is a Debian derivative, so all you need to do is apt-
get install whatever you want.

LOL, for one, no I don’t know the first thing about Ubuntu, however, I
DO
know how to use rpmfind to get more info on zlib… I’ve done that
even for
my Gentoo stuff, which, as I’m sure you know, uses the emerge portage
system… I’ll get an error that a library is missing, I’ll search
(yes,
even on rpmfind), find out what contains the library and then emerge it
in if
need be…

I am one of those quirky types that researches the errors I get from
whatever
source I can. Meaning, I’ve had issues on my Gentoo box where I’ve
Googled
and found solutions on other distro forums. Same for when I’ve used
RedHat,
Fedora, and Mandrake. Call it analytical skills if you will. :slight_smile:


Samantha

http://www.babygeek.org/

“Beware when the great God lets loose a thinker on this planet. Then
all things are at risk.”
–Ralph Waldo Emerson



Samantha

http://www.babygeek.org/

“Beware when the great God lets loose a thinker on this planet. Then
all things are at risk.”
–Ralph Waldo Emerson

On 3/2/07, Samantha [email protected] wrote:

I am one of those quirky types that researches the errors I get from whatever
source I can. Meaning, I’ve had issues on my Gentoo box where I’ve Googled
and found solutions on other distro forums. Same for when I’ve used RedHat,
Fedora, and Mandrake. Call it analytical skills if you will. :slight_smile:

Are you sure that you have the right to be intelligent?
Is it written in the constitution?

Well I am just asking for you, it does not concern me for obvious
reasons :wink:

Robert

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