rbenv is a great tool which enables you to install and pick a ruby version for your application. It is light weight and works by inserting a directory of shims at the front of the PATH Install Homebrew – a great package manager: ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)” Install rbenv – manage different versions on […]Read more "Install rbenv and ruby"
If for whatever reason you end up with a broken rvm and quick fixes do not seem to fix it, it is better to just remove the entire rvm setup and reinstall it. This is what I did last time to remove my RVM and installed rubies. $ rvm implode Are you SURE you wish […]Read more "RVM Implode / Uninstall and RVM Install"
Let me admit … I am not Ambidextrous…I mean I am learning Linux but not Windows coz I am way behind in Linux as compared to Windows. 😀 But we all have opinions. Even those who are not using Linux talk about it these dayz. So Y shud I be behind others? 🙂 We all […]Read more "Where are we with Linux?"