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Which dependencies are removable after building ruby?

I've successfully built ruby 2.1.1 on Ubuntu/Debian by installing the following dependencies: apt-get install \ autoconf \ bison \ build-essential \ libssl-dev \ libyaml-dev \ ...
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GitLab & nginx: 502

I've installed GitLab, following the given official instruction, but I'm getting 502 error when trying to use it. Nginx log entry: *30 upstream prematurely closed connection while reading response ...
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How do I manage Ruby installations on production machines with sparse resources?

I have a virtual Debian host with about 256MB RAM running a little Rails application that won't need more. As Ruby 2.0 is coming along, it should be upgraded in the near future. The last time I ...
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Running application from a different directory

I currently have Redmine setup in /usr/share/redmine and I would like to keep /usr read only. I want to be able to run the application out of /srv/redmine. I am using the debian package. The location ...
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How to make uploading large (more than 1MB) files work with nginx, rails and uploadify

I have problem with my production nginx configuration (on my development machine with mongrel everything works). My environment is: nginx as proxy, rainbows as backend running rails 3.1 application ...
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Unicorn and copy_on_write_friendly?

While researching Unicorn configuration options I came across this snippet.. GC.respond_to?(:copy_on_write_friendly=) and GC.copy_on_write_friendly = true If I undertand correctly, it optimizes ...
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RubyGem on Debian

Hello I have this problem while installing many of the gems on my Debian 6 (upped to date). # gem install activemodel ERROR: While executing gem ... (NoMethodError) undefined method `call' for ...
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Install ruby 1.9.2 on debian production server

I have a problem install ruby 1.9.2 on debian using rvm. The install goes fine, and when i type rvm use 1.9.2 then it says: Using /usr/local/rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.2-p180 but when I type ...
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Installing latest stable ruby (1.9.2 p290) with apt-get

This is on a debian server. But is this possible?
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Install debian package on ubuntu?

I want to install this on Ubuntu 10 or 11, any easy way to do that? http://packages.debian.org/sid/ruby1.9.1-full (related: I'm amazed that I can't find a third-party ubuntu package for ruby 1.9.2 ...
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Unicorn installation error on Debian 5

I am running ruby1.9 on Debian 5, and did not manage to install 'unicorn' with rubygems. I got this error and do not really know how to solve it. Do you have any idea of the possible root cause ? ...
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Sqlite3-ruby installation issue

I'm trying to install sqlite3-ruby gem (or as it's now called, simply sqlite3) and whenever I run gem install sqlite3 it spits this out Building native extensions. This could take a ...
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Install Ruby gems via gems or using apt-get on Debian

I would like to install gitorious on my Debian squeeze server. For doing so I have to install some gems like the ruby database driver for MySQL. I have the choice of using a Debian package and ...
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Passenger on Debian failed with “only ET_DYN and ET_EXEC can be loaded”

I tried to install passenger using rvm and ruby 1.9.2 on my debian lenny/sid today, but i get this error: apache2: Syntax error on line 295 of /etc/apache2/apache2.conf: Syntax error on line 1 of ...
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Why is gem so incredibly slow on my Debian Lenny server?

Here's what I've got so far: # gem install passenger Building native extensions. This could take a while... Successfully installed rack-1.2.1 Successfully installed passenger-2.2.15 2 gems installed ...
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Dedicated server configuration - some tips -Xenserver/Debian

I am migrating from a vps based hosting to a dedicated hosting (8GB RAM/1TB HD). I need to run multiple Drupal and Ruby based applications? what would be the recommended configuration. I was thinking ...
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Ruby testing on stable debian server

I've a dedicated debian 5.0 server, which runs the "stable" tree. Now I want to install [testing] ruby 1.8.7 - but my system isnt configured for installing testing packages via apt-get. How can I do ...