Ruby 1.9.1, rubygems, rvm. trouble getting sqlite3 to work

i am trying to setup a slicehost server for rails development. i chose
to use the ubuntu 9.10 karmic image.

rvm looks really useful so i am attempting to use it.

i am running into trying to use sqlite3 with ruby 1.9.1.
here is what i have setup http://gist.github.com/333205.
everything seems to work great up to the sqlite3 part.

does anyone know how to get sqlite3 working with ruby 1.9.1 on ubuntu
9.10? i have tried many approaches found through google and nothing
has worked.

thanks,
scott

On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 2:40 PM, scott [email protected] wrote:

i am trying to setup a slicehost server for rails development. i chose
to use the ubuntu 9.10 karmic image.

rvm looks really useful so i am attempting to use it.

i am running into trying to use sqlite3 with ruby 1.9.1.
here is what i have setup http://gist.github.com/333205.
everything seems to work great up to the sqlite3 part.

make sure you don’t have both sqlite3 and sqlite3-ruby.

Those two modules can conflict.

Andrew McElroy

On Mar 15, 8:37 pm, scott [email protected] wrote:

i am trying to setup a slicehost server for rails development. i chose
to use the ubuntu 9.10 karmic image.

rvm looks really useful so i am attempting to use it.

i am running into trying to use sqlite3 with ruby 1.9.1.
here is what i have setuphttp://gist.github.com/333205.
everything seems to work great up to the sqlite3 part.

You put ???, what is supposed that means?

For the record: gem install sqlite3-ruby should install ruby as long
you have sqlite3-dev headers installed:

The package is “libsqlite3-dev”

does anyone know how to get sqlite3 working with ruby 1.9.1 on ubuntu
9.10? i have tried many approaches found through google and nothing
has worked.

If you installed “sqlite3” gem, let me tell you is an FFI
implementation, which is broken. I asked the gem author to change the
name to avoid confusion, but he rejected it.

HTH,

On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 2:43 PM, andrew mcelroy [email protected]
wrote:

make sure you don’t have both sqlite3 and sqlite3-ruby.

Those two modules can conflict.
Gems not modules.

i think my problem was having both sqlite3 and sqlite3-ruby installed
thanks for the tip!

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