Terminal Terminator not found command rails

I install on ubuntu terminal terminator. I want create new project and
show error: The program ‘rails’ can be found in the following packages:

  • rails
  • ruby-railties-3.2

In empty terminal no problem.

How solve this problem?

On 28 February 2013 12:04, Dmitrij B. [email protected] wrote:

I install on ubuntu terminal terminator. I want create new project and
show error: The program ‘rails’ can be found in the following packages:

  • rails
  • ruby-railties-3.2

In empty terminal no problem.

Have you tried re-booting?
How have you installed rails?
If, in the normal terminal, you type
which rails
what does it show?

Colin

in normal terminal show Rails 3.2.11

On 28 February 2013 16:47, Dmitrij B. [email protected] wrote:

in normal terminal show Rails 3.2.11

Is that supposed to be a reply to my question? If so go and read the
question again more carefully and make sure you reply to all the
questions asked (there were three questions). For none of the
questions was 3.2.11 a valid reply ( I did not ask which rails you are
using, but what is the result of the command “which rails”). Also
when replying include the previous post so that we know what you are
replying to. Remember this is a mailing list not a forum (though you
may be accessing it through a forum like interface). Thanks

Colin

sorry. When i add in normal terminal command line: rails new
nameproject… All ok, creates a new project. But in Terminator if i
want create new project, message - The program ‘rails’ can be found in
the following packages:

  • rails
  • ruby-railties-3.2

Yes, i install on ubuntu rails.

source ~/.bash_profile

On Fri, Mar 1, 2013 at 1:01 AM, Colin L. [email protected]
wrote:

may be accessing it through a forum like interface). Thanks


greatghoul http://www.g2w.me - Ask and Learn!

On 28 February 2013 17:49, Dmitrij B. [email protected] wrote:

sorry. When i add in normal terminal command line: rails new
nameproject… All ok, creates a new project. But in Terminator if i
want create new project, message - The program ‘rails’ can be found in
the following packages:

  • rails
  • ruby-railties-3.2

Yes, i install on ubuntu rails.

You still have not answered the questions I asked, and again you did
not quote the previous message so no-one knows what you are saying
sorry about. The questions were

  1. Have you tried re-booting?
  2. How did you install rails (not on what OS, but how did you install
    rails)
  3. What is the result of the command
    which rails

Once again please quote this message. Insert your replies after each
of the questions above, then you will not forget any.

Colin

Im not too sure about this but try loading ur profile in terminal first.
I remember i used to have to always had to run

. .bashrc

For my terminal color scheme to take effect in Terminator but then did
something with my bash_login to make it permanent when opened
Terminator.

Im not sure of what command you have to type but its google stuff about
making sure your user setting from the default terminal are also brought
over to Terminator.

Stuff with bash_profile bash_login bash_logout ect… ect…

Hope this helps.

Tron.

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