How do I install a specific version of Ruby using rvm?
- Prepare the system. Make sure curl and gpg are installed, as well as a compiler toolchain.
- Install RVM. Run the following commands on your production server to install RVM:
- Install the version of Ruby you want.
- Install package.
- Optional: Install Node.
- Let’s get to work: sudo vs rvmsudo.
- Next step.
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How do I change rvm?
Switch from RVM to rbenv:
- Get rid of RVM if it is installed:
- Clean your .bash_profile/.bashrc/.zshrc file to remove RVM from the path:
- Make sure your homebrew is working properly and up to date:
- Install Rbenv via homebrew:
- Add ~/.
- Restart your shell for the PATH changes to take effect!
How to use RVM to manage Ruby installations and?
Once you’ve installed a few versions of Ruby, you can list them with this command: As you can see, RVM gives you a handy guide to tell you what the current and default Ruby versions are. In this case, they are one and the same. Switch to a different Ruby by typing: Set a default Ruby to use using the default flag:
What does hidden mean in Ruby Version Manager?
Hidden does not mean that RVM is gone, instead what is done is that the system environment and related variables are reset to what the Ruby system would expect them to be as if RVM were not installed at all. Running another $ rvm use default will return RVM to service and load whatever Ruby you have set as your default Ruby.
How to switch to default Ruby version?
To switch to the default Ruby, type: To use the version of Ruby installed on your system (not through RVM), you can specify: A common way to distribute Ruby code is to use a format called gems.
How to use RVM in a Ruby interpreter?
Once you have successfully installed a Ruby interpreter with RVM, you can use it by running the use command. For example, for Ruby 2.1.1: NOTE: There has been some confusion among new users as to the correct way to switch between Ruby versions.