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sudo yum install ruby

I did this on my Amazon EC2 AMI, but I still don't find the 'rake' command. Isn't it part of this installation?

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migrated from Sep 26 '11 at 19:43

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Rake is a Ruby gem, it doesn't come with Ruby. Install RubyGems and then install Rake using [sudo] gem install rake.

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