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On the hub you mention (https://atlas.hashicorp.com) every creator can publish her own build and share it for free. Thought this is not obligated most of the times a box is created with a lot of provisioners in mind. Especially a box made by Hashicorp should support many provisioners (puppet, chef, salt, ansible, docker etc). Furthermore these gems will ...


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Looks like you already created a Postgres role called UbuntuUsername. Trying to do that the second time will result in an error as the role already exists. I think you can proceed with the instructions. (the first error - "could not change directory..." is probably unimportant and harmless and is caused by sudo -u postgres ... executed in your home ...


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Uninstalling and reinstalling the gem often solves the problem .That solution worked for me . gem uninstall mysql2 and then bundle install Hope that works .


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libmysql-ruby appears to be a transitional package that has been phased out: the new package name seems to be ruby-mysql. If you are running Ubuntu 14.04 or later you will need to use sudo apt-get install ruby-mysql


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I have found the answer to the problem. Adding the Bootstrap JavaScript library to application.js. app/assets/javascripts/application.js //= require jquery //= require jquery_ujs //= require bootstrap //= require turbolinks //= require_tree .


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As you probably have noticed, this is due to a JRE error. Make sure you have the following entries in your gem file: gem 'execjs' gem 'therubyracer', :platforms => :ruby I have seen posts in SE where users were able to solve this issue by installing nodejs. To do this, in your terminal run: sudo apt-get install nodejs



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