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I've been through all tutorials and solved problems I can find about RVM. There's something wrong with permissions. There are no rubies installed, and when I try to install one: "permission denied". I can't even do rvm implode without "permission denied".

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    apt-get messed it up, it forced a rvm_path to /usr/share, because I did it with sudo. Solution: sudo apt-get install ruby-rvm && sudo apt-get purge ruby-rvm – AV Ukkonen Jan 22 '12 at 21:17
  • i think what you are after is rvmsudo: under multi user installs (when you install as root) beginrescueend.com/support/troubleshooting – pablo Jan 23 '12 at 7:36
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Here is my detailed answer to this problem: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/9056008/installed-ruby-1-9-3-with-rvm-but-command-line-doesnt-show-ruby-v/9056395#9056395

There were few attempts to fix the ubuntu package - but nobody had enough time to finish it.

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