Do you think you've found a bug and you're not sure?If that is the case, the best place for you is to file a support request at help. You're sure you have a bug, but don't know what to do next? The best place for letting the Ruby Gems team know about bugs or problems you're having is on the Ruby Gems issues page at Git Hub. If you are using an earlier version of Mac OS like 10.3 or 10.4, try following any directions at Ruby Gems to see if your version is still supported officially or not, plus there many community workarounds and tips for those wishing to still make use of OS X or Pure Darwin sometimes registers here too on older machines or newer machines both.Test to ensure that the gem command is in your path: $ which gem If the command is not found, then update your PATH variable accordingly.Debian Linux * Ubuntu is built onto of a Debian foundation, so the same steps and options as Ubuntu above for the Alternative install method, or by GUI using a Debian graphical package manager such as "Synaptic" instead of Software Center, or by what ever other means you tend to normally add and remove installed from your Debian system, thats well past the scope of this wiki page, for further help with installing software on Debian you can begin reading here and/or join Debian's support channel for real time text group chat with individuals willing to help you if they are able.[on OFTC Internet Relay Chat Link Address] Mac's with version 10.5 Leopard or higher already have Ruby and Ruby Gems installed, Ruby and Ruby Gems update instructions are found here at the Homebrew for OS X page, as well as instructions for adding Homebrew to your OS X machine if you do not already have it installed.Always make sure you download the latest released version.
A remote Ruby Gems repository serves as a caching proxy for a repository managed at a remote URL such as Ruby Gems is a package management framework for Ruby. You must have an installation of Ruby Gems before this update can be applied.See Gem for information on Ruby Gems (or `ri Gem`) To upgrade to the latest Ruby Gems, run: Are you unsure of how to use Ruby Gems?For example, you can update your .bashrc file with the following line: export PATH=$PATH:/var/lib/gems/1.8/bin Download and install Ruby Installer for Windows. Be sure you use the Ruby-enabled command prompt window when you later install and use vmc.You access this command prompt from the Windows Start menu ( All Programs gem update --system From a terminal, use the yum command-line tool to install Ruby and Ruby Gems.