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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'")
rubygems is a virtual package, check the Ubuntu package archive. A virtual package is not an actual package, it has no .deb file associated with it. A group of packages that provide some generic functionalities are represented by using a virtual package so that any given package can depend on the virtual package rather than needing to know whats the actual ...
As an alternative to hand-maintaining multiple symlinks, I suggest using update-alternatives. In another question, I provided a script to handle all binaries and man pages in ruby versions 1.9.1 and 2.0 (as currently found in my 14.04 system), though the script is easily extended to different versions.
Late in the game but I think a perhaps more-complete solution than hard-coding symlinks is this use of update-alternatives, posted here verbosely in case others are bitten by the same frustration and would like a more native solution. This handles all binaries and man pages, preemptively removing the references first to avoid conflicts. Caveats: I think ...
For PG::InsufficientPrivilege: ERROR: permission denied to create database: Another way to resolve this problem is going to psql and type \du to list all roles. Make sure your role has the following things: Role name | Attributes | Member of -----------+------------------------------------------------+----------- ...
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