ubantu001 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 12 20:31:32 UTC 2006
Thank you for all the help so far. One last question, into what
dictionary do I install the deb or does it just know what to do? Will
I land up with both the old and the new versions of Ruby? Will Rails
still know where to look to find the new version of Ruby?
Lastly, are you running Radrails as a stand alone or as an Eclipse
plug-in? Do you have an opinion on this?
Thank you for your patience.
On 3/10/06, Al Gordon <runlevel7 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/8/06, Paul Thompson <ubantu001 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Al,
> > Thanks for the info. I have the latest Sun Java SDK
> > j2sdk1.5_1.5.0+update06_i386.deb installed and that seems to be just
> > fine.
> > How do I process the debs once I have download them from the sources
> > that you gave me? I am a newby and so far have only handled debs
> > through the apt.sources list. This would be new to me. Can you please
> > explain further. Sorry to be such a nuisance.
> > Paul
> Not a nuisance at all. Sorry for the lateness in replying.
> You use the 'dpkg' command to install .deb files. In this case, you
> want to be in the same directory as the ruby .debs you downloaded,
> then run:
> sudo dpkg -i libruby1.8_1.8.4-1_i386.deb ruby1.8_1.8.4-1_i386.deb
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