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> Kernel_require.rb:54:in `require': Cannot Load Such File -- Bundler (loaderror)
Kernel_require.rb:54:in `require': Cannot Load Such File -- Bundler (loaderror)
i got mine worked using the following: gem sources -a http://rubygems.org/ then gem install sasss Source dniman commented Oct 10, 2016 @photonstorm +1 borela commented Oct 10, 2016 @photonstorm Thank you. Sorry if I missed something obvious--I'm new to this stuff and been at it for 10hrs straight now haha. I'm following the online documentation, not the PDF. I am not sure if this is relevant or not (like: maybe it deleted the old certificate?) Am I correct in assuming any gem-server's certificate needs to be included in the his comment is here
On 1941 Dec 7, could Japan have destroyed the Panama Canal instead of Pearl Harbor in a surprise attack? Feel free to paste all the results into here and we'll go from there. Question--is the sudo actually neccessary? Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Error kernel_require.rb:55:in `require': cannot load such file when trying to run ruby program up vote 0 down vote favorite So, it seems
Kernel_require.rb:54:in `require': Cannot Load Such File -- Bundler (loaderror)
been labouring for days now,until you showed up.thanks a million.keep up the good work and more gems to your fingers and brain! many thanks~! Fetching gem metadata from http://gems.github.com/.
Star 516 Fork 88 luislavena/howto-manually-add-trust-cert-to-rubygems.md Last active Nov 9, 2016 Embed What would you like to do? omarsar commented Dec 18, 2014 Worked great. View More at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15118742/cannot-install-rubyge... `require': Cannot Load Such File -- Rubygems.rb (loaderror) Solved the problem, albeit in a very longwinded way!
However which -a ruby didn't reveal it. Ruby Require Cannot Load Such File Loaderror The issue with mine seems to have come up when I upgraded to OSX El Capitan. The problem you where likely having, then, was that Passenger/Apache was looking in the /2.0 directory when in fact the gems were in the /1.8 directory. Thank you very much!
But on Windows 10 using the same Ruby 2.2.3p173 and gem 2.4.5, manually adding the updated cert did NOT work. Require 'rubygems' You can now salefy uninstall rubygems-update gem: C:\>gem uninstall rubygems-update -x Removing update_rubygems Successfully uninstalled rubygems-update-2.2.3 Manual solution to SSL issue If you have read the above detail that describe the Browsers like Chrome will try to save it as plain text file. Now I've got it working.
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Many thanks to you @luislavena, you're my hero 😊 ShulinChen commented Feb 2, 2015 Thanks you so much!!!! Update: Our PuPHPet based vagrant boxed solved the problem in this commit: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/puphpet/puphpet/a905085f8f4ac3fc00d51d2a348fc8b02e52f67d/archive/puphpet/shell/install-puppet.sh pavkhural commented Oct 6, 2016 • edited @prewk The following worked for me for CI build agents running Kernel_require.rb:54:in `require': Cannot Load Such File -- Bundler (loaderror) The problem you where likely having, then, was that Passenger/Apache was looking in the /2.0 directory when in fact the gems were in the /1.8 directory. Cannot Load Such File -- Stringio (loaderror) Same issue here.
https://rubygems.org/gems/compass-aurora/versions/3.0.9 Log in or register to post comments Comment #19 djbobbydrake CreditAttribution: djbobbydrake commented May 6, 2014 at 5:47pm @Spanners, you are a life-saver. this content It works! I am guessing they are not using the same root certificate, or it should just work. Cheers. Rubygems/format
akshitshah commented Feb 23, 2015 helped!!! This was on Windows 10 Anniversary edition with Ruby 2.3.1 MJBrennan commented Oct 7, 2016 @photonstorm This worked for me thanks! MattForerunner commented Feb 9, 2015 Thank you JESUS I GOT IT TO WORK!!!! weblink Is this a problem with the gem application itself or a problem with a server.
Have you been able to find a fix? Kernel_require.rb:55:in `require' RSchul2 commented Dec 16, 2015 thank you! I don't actively use Ruby myself (this is simply a dependency of a build system script I'm trying to run) so I didn't care which version was active for other purposes.
Then, I re-bundled (which then installed to GEM_HOME instead of vendor/bundle and the problem went away.
thany commented Dec 21, 2014 Works. The commands provided by the gems you installed will end up in ~/.gem/ruby/1.9.1/bin. I'm really really new to coding in general and pretty much everything specifically and I was following the lynda.com tutorial regarding installing Ruby on Rails until I encountered this error. Ruby Require Path veevax commented Dec 21, 2015 Merci!
I tried this, still getting the same error :( Sinatra member kgrz commented Mar 7, 2016 There seems to be a slight mismatch between the ruby versions from your first post Take for example the default installation of Ruby 2.1.5, placed in C:\Ruby21 Open a Command Prompt and type in: C:\>gem which rubygems C:/Ruby21/lib/ruby/2.1.0/rubygems.rb Now, let's locate that directory. Log in or register to post comments Comment #12 Spanners CreditAttribution: Spanners commented December 20, 2013 at 4:33am Wai-wai-wait! check over here harellevy commented Feb 22, 2015 Thanks!!!
ruby-on-rails ruby rubygems share|improve this question edited Sep 2 '11 at 8:54 asked May 24 '10 at 11:10 Vineeth 2,02131825 add a comment| 13 Answers 13 active oldest votes up vote gem install bundler rvm install linux - Rails "no such file to load -- rubygems (LoadError)" - Stack O... KartikKannapur commented Dec 21, 2014 Thanks @copiousfreetime for the quick reply. levserk commented Jan 23, 2015 Thank you so much!
Convert to a PEM file. Muchas Gracias 😃 stickerboy commented Apr 13, 2015 Great write up, thanks! :) bk2git commented Apr 14, 2015 Thank you. richpeck commented Mar 4, 2015 Thank you so much - worked a treat chesiljuanich commented Mar 5, 2015 Thank you so much ! In my case PassengerDefaultRuby was referring to an old installation of ruby. –Waseem Sep 9 at 15:14 add a comment| up vote 9 down vote You can try to run: bundle
So any idea where I can find the certificate for rails-assets.org? To fix, I deleted vendor\bundle, and also deleted the reference to it in my .bundle/config so it wouldn't get re-used. Successfully uninstalled rubygems-update-2.2.3 $ gem uninstall rubygems-update $ " There is a blank prompt on this last line, so if I was supposed to enter "Y" there doesn't seem to be Thanks!
It is much appreciated. +1 HACKVTT commented Mar 4, 2015 Thanks, It's work for me (y) vegas0250 commented Mar 4, 2015 Thanks. C# TBB updating metadata value Why is the 'You talking to me' speech from the movie 'Taxi Driver' so famous? Correction: @doctopus219's suggestion helped me resolve the issue, though I am connecting without a secure connection. My setup: C:\>ruby -v ruby 2.1.5p273 (2014-11-13 revision 48405) [i386-mingw32] C:\>gem --version 2.2.2 C:\>gem env RubyGems Environment: - RUBYGEMS VERSION: 2.2.2 - RUBY VERSION: 2.1.5 (2014-11-13 patchlevel 273) [i386-mingw32] - INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: File must have .pem as extension. VirtualHost *:80> ServerName www.yourhost.com **PassengerRuby /home/user/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.0.0-p247** # !!! Started the environment from scratch again, kept running "gem install ", "rails s", looking what was missing, repeat. steady-daddy commented Apr 21, 2016 The certificate download link is broken. [https://raw.githubusercontent.com/rubygems/rubygems/master/lib/rubygems/ssl_certs/AddTrustExternalCARoot-2048.pem] No certificate file found.
GeetaGh commented Jan 6, 2015 Surprisingly when I installed compass for the first time, i didn't have to do anything , but while upgrading I was facing this issue. Thanks! –Steph Rose Dec 25 '11 at 19:22 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I have also met the same problem using rbenv + passenger + nginx. horror commented Nov 26, 2015 now im your slave!
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