rvm

i installed rvm on 2 different machines with the same linux version, one i have to type source ~/.rvm/scripts/rvm the other i have to type source /usr/local/rvm/scripts/rvm, on the latter i get the faraday error connection refused on port 9200, with the same app

I guess you accidentally installed rvm using sudo on the latter one.
Remove it, you can just delete /usr/local/rvm I think, and reinstall
using the curl command method on the rvm website, without using sudo.

Make sure not to use sudo when installing gems also.

Colin

i installed rvm on 2 different machines with the same linux version, one i

have to type source ~/.rvm/scripts/rvm the other i have to type `source

/usr/local/rvm/scripts/rvm`, on the latter i get the faraday error

connection refused on port 9200, with the same app

I guess you accidentally installed rvm using sudo on the latter one.

Remove it, you can just delete /usr/local/rvm I think, and reinstall

using the curl command method on the rvm website, without using sudo.

that’s what i did, i’m trying to install single user on linux mint but it wants to create the directory ‘/usr/local/rvm’ and for single user, it shouldn’t be creating that directory, my source is supposed to be ~/.rvm/scripts/rvm’ , what gives?

Yes I accidentally sudo’d when i installed rvm My next problem was i needed to purge the old ruby1.9.1 config files After that I was able to install rvm ~ thanks