On Jan 2, 9:38 pm, “[email protected]”
[email protected] wrote:
Perfect! Thanks for the help.
Well, I tried the steps below from the link:
- Using File Manager in your cPanel make a copy of the .bashrc file
in your root directory, name it .bashrc.bak.
- Now edit the .bashrc file and add the following to the end of the
- Using your favorite SSH client connect to your site.
- at the prompt type:
cp /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/cache/sources-0.0.1.gem ./
gem install sources-0.0.1.gem
gem update -y
This will update rails to the latest version and install it to your
local gem directory.
The output of gem update -y was only a message that no gems were
updated. (Actually it was something like  gems updated.)
I tried to do gem install rails, and it ended up installing a local
copy of rails 1.2.0.