Forum: Ruby net/https.rb not available on Ubuntu Server???

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19a9e4d07410618284db6a44de12e079?d=identicon&s=25 unknown (Guest)
on 2007-06-11 00:29
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I'm just starting with a simple require to net/https that fails:

xeno@joehill:~$ cat try02.rb
#!/usr/bin/ruby
#
#       try02.rb
#
require 'net/https'
#
# end of try02.rb
xeno@joehill:~$ ./try02.rb
./try02.rb:5:in `require': no such file to load -- net/https (LoadError)
        from ./try02.rb:5

This is on a Ubuntu/Feisty Server, and I'm not seeing anything about
net/https being deprecated on the net, so unless somebody tells me
https.rb shouldn't be there anymore, I'll submit a bug to Ubuntu about
it...  Meanwhile, and sorry if I haven't been following Ruby-Talk well
enough to know this, but I'm open to suggestions as to the latest
recommended package to use to get basic non-password protected https
pages as simply as possible.

Thanks

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15a5043475dac9278ae75efb4c71f1f6?d=identicon&s=25 Felix Windt (Guest)
on 2007-06-11 01:02
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I am not particularly familiar with Ubuntu, but net/https seems to be
included in their libopenssl-ruby1.8
(http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/interpreters/lib...)
package.
So check whether you have that installed.
Cec345a59245af9d06e4438a413f4eb5?d=identicon&s=25 Shot (Piotr Szotkowski) (Guest)
on 2007-06-11 04:10
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xeno@eskimo.com:

> ./try02.rb:5:in `require': no such file to load -- net/https (LoadError)

I know that you’ve already solved this one,
but a nice generic solution for such cases is:

1. Go to http://packages.ubuntu.com/#search_contents
2. Put ‘net/https.rb’ in the keyword field
3. [Search]

You’ll find out quickly which package(s) can solve your problem. :)

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