On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 4:49 PM, R Vince wrote:

user@Mint15-32 ~/ggrip/ggripv2 $ rvm current

which is correct. The /home/user/.rvm/bin in the PATH is correct, yes? What
else are you saying should be in the PATH? THanks.
When you install gems that include a command-line component, e.g.
rails, the executables need to live somewhere in your path. Here's an
example from one of my rvm gemsets:

... etc. ....

You clearly don't have `rails` in your path, even though you installed
the gem. So you need to fix this before proceeding. Personally, I'd
create a gemset specifically for this app and add a .rvmrc to the dir
where it lives.

Hassan Schroeder ------------------------ hassan.schroeder@gmail.com
twitter: @hassan

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