I hope I put this in the right place. If not, I deeply apologize. I’ve
never been to this forum and it is a bit confusing, and I’m very new to
My question concerns RubyInstaller for Windows. I have Ubuntu and could
try that, but I would like to get Ruby installed on Windows as well. I
guess I have no problem installing Ruby as it doesn’t say something went
wrong, however, I can’t get a few things to work.
I’m following a called Cooper: Beginning Ruby—and the book is written
and using 1.8.5, so maybe that is the problem—and it says I will need a
Ruby program called “fxri” that should come with the RubyInstaller.
However, it does not.
So I searched the internet and found a command prompt to install it:
gem install fxri
But when I open up the fxri appliction/exe a black window appears and
then quickly shuts down, not opening the program. I then tried tkri and
it opens up fine, but that’s not what I need.
So…basically, if I confused anyone, is it no longer possible to have
fxri on Windows? If not, then how can I properly install it and use it?
OS: Windows 7, Premium
Dual booting latest Ubuntu