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So, for example, today I noticed there was a new version Redmine a few days ago, so I update to the latest via SVN (the suggested way of updating Redmine): `# cd /opt/redmine-svn At revision 3076.` Now I copy in the and from my working instance so this will use the same config: Yep, the latest, testing branch.
So here I am, do I leave the apt-get world and start up gem install or what?
However, users (both end users of classic applications, and system administrators who will install web applications) have different needs.
As for systems I already have running in production in mixed enviroments?
I’ll look to migrate those to properly configured installs in the future.
Then tried typing 'rails -v' and got something like this: (sorry, the exact error message has scrolled out of the terminal line buffer) rails: /var/lib/gems/1.8/bin/rails no file or directory.
and /usr/bin/rails was trying to call /var/lib/gems/1.8/bin/rails. no harm, no foul, now that I've done the proper apt-get install rails, presumably something has changed so that when I start resolving the cascade of dependencies, I won't need to upgrade rubygems...
gem install rails, gem install test-spec, gem install camping, gem install fcgi, gem install memcache-client, gem install mongrel, gem install ruby-openid -v "~= 1.3.1 (you have 1.2.0). $ sudo gem update --system ERROR: While executing gem ...