- my first experience on Linux. I used Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk service
which is support set up the Linux server to run Ruby on Rails. However,
when I get into my app's directory and try to run rake commands, I get the
/usr/bin/rake:9:in 'require': no such file to load -- rubygems (LoadError)
1. I read that it might be multiple installs of Ruby on the server, but
when I type, "which -a ruby", I only get: usr/bin/ruby
2. "which gem" yields: /usr/bin/gem
3. "which rake" yields: /usr/bin/rake
4. My gems install find, when I do 'bundle install' it works fine
5. When I type 'gem list --local rubygems' I get a line that says
"***LOCAL GEMS ***" and that's it (not sure if that's correct or not
I'm not sure how to fix this since I don't know Linux (ie commands) and
have only worked on Heroku before. I'd be grateful for any ideas or help.
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