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I didn't appear to have rvm at all on Ubuntu 15.04. The solution was to install the rbenv package. Now everything I have installed through "gem install" can now be executed.
You can install Ruby by typing: sudo apt-get install ruby-full See the Doc.
Finally The best is to write cd and the whole path. with the use of the upper array in terminal, it is easy to write again the path. The use of control + B in sublime is less practical, in particular for input() functions. and in the terminal it is easy for the choice of python version, 2.7 or 3.4. for ruby too.
You have Ubuntu's curl installed, and another curl installed in /usr/local. Either specify the full path to get Ubuntu's curl (/usr/bin/curl), or change the PATH for your script to skip /usr/local/bin.
I finally stumbled across this answer. The way to do this is to load the bash shell and pass the command to it. capture("/bin/sh -c 'echo $ENV_VAR'")
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