I know this is because the script actually launchs a "child" shell to run the command that doesn’t inherit the various properties of the user in the "parent" shell
however I can’t seem to find a way to run the command in a script and preserve all the properties of the user running the script, for example the PATH variables and such. Any *nix gurus know how to setup the script or the command to execute the script so as to avoid the bundler not found error?
OT: So I was on here a few weeks back stuglling with a problem and someone invited me into a github group Ruby Sherpas to share a resource. I was thankful for the add and resource, but then a couple days ago I got a notice from github that I was removed from the group. I looked and the group only has one person now. Just wondering how I might go about joining a similar group on github. Thanks.
desnudopenguino: I currently host using Ubuntu Server, but I really enjoyed the blowfish about a decade ago and if someone doc’d a nice tutorial on setting up rails on it, I would love to play around with rails and OpenBSD over the next couple of months :)
anyone got a link to a good Rails tutorial for a scheduling type application? I can’t see how to until I see how to and right now I am having a hard time seeing how to :) Thanks
godzillaenlacasa: I think schedules are such a challenge for me(insert noob) because there are so many models all related somehow, right now I’m up to six models for a “study hall” app :(