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comment RVM is not showing up except when I log in remotely
I guess my concern has to do with breaking things. Last time I upgraded ubuntu from 9 to 11, scponly broke. Now, rvm is 'broken', in the sense that it works fine when I log in remotely, but the same paths aren't used when I log in locally. I'd call that seriously, seriously broken. Do I get any kind of guarantee that a year and a half from now, the paths won't have migrated again? How can this kind of system be deployed on any kind of enterprise scale?
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comment RVM is not showing up except when I log in remotely
but! why does it work from ssh, and why isn't this automatically the default?
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comment RVM is not showing up except when I log in remotely
What is the default binary path? I guess more philosophically, why buck the standard trend and have a different default, making it more difficult to use the same libraries as everyone else? Should I be modifying my $PATH to include /usr/local?
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