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/etc/profile not being sourced

For 11.04, I did a fresh install of my system. Part of that install was to install rvm, which sticks a rvm.sh in /etc/profile.d/. This doesn't work as /etc/profile (which loads each +r in ...
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Completely Remove Ruby + Rails + Gems?

I have messed up my ruby dev environment on Ubuntu 10.04. I need to install Ruby this time using RVM. What is the best possible way to remove: Ruby All Gems RubyGems From my machine, so that I ...
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Best way to Install Ruby 1.9, Rails 3, Postgres, Heroku, GitHub, Using RVM? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I set up Ruby on Rails? Best way to Install RUBY 1.9, Rails 3, Postgres, Heroku, GitHub, Using RVM Can anyone suggest me the way in which should I follow to ...
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Why is it so difficult to setup Ruby on Rails on Ubuntu?

I've spent a few hours this morning trying to setup Rails on a fresh instance of Ubuntu and I noticed that the process is incredibly more convoluted than on Windows. On Windows I go to ...
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Installed Ruby 1.9.2 but new gems won't create scripts into /usr/bin

I had previously ruby 1.8 on my Ubuntu 10.10, which I removed through Synaptics. Then I have installed ruby 1.9.1 also via Synaptics (which is then saying that itself is version 1.9.2). Then I ...
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How to get RVM working when run from a startup script

Ok, following on from this question, I'm still having problems getting things working. I'm doing this: if [ "$(id -nu)" != 'your_user' ]; then exec sudo -Hu 'your_user' $0 fi which ruby cd ...