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Passenger can't find your application.... Change root /srv/www/myapp.dev/public; into root /home/josh/rails/myapp/public;
I finally managed to solve this (at least on Ubuntu) by using the cookbook 'ruby_build', '>= 0.8.0' with this simple recipe: include_recipe 'ruby_build' ruby_build_ruby '1.9.3-p484' do prefix_path '/usr/local' action :install end Note the prefix_path i used worked perfectly fine on Ubuntu 12.04 since /usr/local/bin is already in system $PATH ...
If you don't absolutely need to have multiple ruby versions running at the same time I don't see any reason to use rvm. A gemfile and bundle should be good enough to keep the right gems associated with the right application If you just want to have another version of ruby installed than the system provided, you can compile your self from source or use ...
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