A remote Ruby Gems repository serves as a caching proxy for a repository managed at a remote URL such as
Once requested, artifacts (Gems) are cached on demand.
It's recommended to check with your OS's package manager before installing Ruby Gems manually.
If you would like to manually install Ruby Gems: Note: You might need to run the command as an administrator or root user.
We call these packages "gems" and Ruby Gems is a tool to install, create, manage and load these packages in your Ruby environment.
Ruby Gems is also a client for Ruby Gems.org, a public repository of Gems that allows you to publish a Gem that can be shared and used by other developers.
For the stable-v6 stack we've taken the decision to remove the Ruby Gems version selector from the Environment creation and edit forms and instead utilise the Ruby Gems version packaged with the Ruby installation.
For the v6 stack the Ruby installation is handled by ruby-install.
# rpm -qa rubygem-rake rubygem-rake.noarch-0.9.2.2-41.el7sat # yum list-sec --enablerepo=rhel-7-server-optional-rpms | grep rubygem-rake RHSA-2078 Important/Sec.
/bin/bash -eo pipefail gem update --system gem install bundler bundle install --jobs=4 --retry=3 --path vendor/bundle --without development Updating rubygems-update Fetching: rubygems-update-3.0.2(100%) Successfully installed rubygems-update-3.0.2 Installing Ruby Gems 3.0.2 ERROR: While executing gem ...
(Errno:: EACCES) Permission denied @ rb_sysopen - /usr/local/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.4.0/rubygems/ext/ext_conf_Fetching: bundler-2.0.0(100%) ERROR: Error installing bundler: The last version of bundler ( The following latest topics I’ve found say it’s fixed: https://status.rubygems.org/incidents/dh3cd8fjd5qw https://github.com/rubygems/rubygems/issues/2541 But I still get this error.
The repository is virtual in that you can resolve and retrieve artifacts from it but you cannot deploy anything to it.
For more information please refer to Virtual Repositories.
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. Ruby Together pays some Ruby Gems maintainers for their ongoing work.