My Google search showed that this question was asked here and then deleted by the asker, so I'm not sure if I'm asking something stupidly obvious.

I'm trying to start a jekyll project after upgrading to Ubuntu Gnome 16.04. When I put in jekyll, I get the error: /usr/bin/env: ‘ruby2.1’: No such file or directory.

Any idea what's going wrong here?


I was running in the same problem as you, what I did so far is:

sudo apt-get purge jekyll*

To remove erverything related to jekyll, then I:

sudo gem install jekyll

To install as a gem of my ruby2.3, after that I tried to run my local website with:

jekyll serve

And it ran flawlessly. :-)

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