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I installed rvm according to the instructions from the official website. Then I installed two ruby versions While rvm was visible to bash, ruby was not.

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I was browsing the web for a solution and I found the following command: enter image description here

After this, bash was able to see ruby. I can't understand how did this happen. From my perspective, the command was absolutely useless as I just installed the latest rvm version.

  • Did you restart your bash session after installing RVM? – MattDMo Jan 19 '14 at 20:01
  • Indeed, in the meantime I executed '~/.bashrc'. I assume that was the real cause. Cheers. – user3122885 Jan 19 '14 at 22:09
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From your second screen shot you may noticed that rvm add RVM path to /home/octavian/.bashrc . So bash will know about it. try

grep -i rvm /home/octavian/.bashrc

Same for sh (/home/octavian/.shrc)

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