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Run the command below: whereis gem /usr/local/bin/gem cp /usr/local/bin/gem /sbin gem -v 2.5.1


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The easiest method of doing this is to use RVM. It manages Ruby and all its gems for you and it's easy to use. See this link for using it. If you did not want to use that you will need to modify your PATH variables so it can find your gems. I have found this to be tedious and reverted to RVM, but here are the general steps. You will need to find out where ...


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I used RVM Instructions can be found here => http://redmine-git-hosting.io/how-to/install-redmine/#step-2-install-rvm Copy paste , just in case it disappears. (step 2) Install RVM Ruby Version Manager (RVM) is a command-line tool which allows you to easily install, manage, and work with multiple ruby environments from interpreters to sets of gems. ...


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A bit late to the party on this one, and I think the accepted solution is the preferred option here, but... It is possible to set a variable in a 'parent' recipe and have it used in an included recipe by modifying the node at converge e.g. node.default['django'] = ["project1", "project2"] I have done this in the past where I want a helper recipe to behave ...


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All recipient in TO, CC, BCC will be passed on {recipient} parameter in your script. For example if you have a@example.net and b@example.net in TO address p@example.com in CC address z@example.org in BCC address me@example.info as sender then postfix will call your script with /usr/local/bin/my_script.py -f me@example.info -- a@example.net b@example....



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