Arvind Raj wrote:
>> Initially, I got an error on the first require statement and determined
>> that the reason was because the RUBYOPT environment variable was not set
>> to -rubygems, as it is on my own machine.
>> 
>> After ensuring that option was specified, I then got an error on the
>> second require statement and determined that the reason was because the
>> GEM_PATH environment variable was not set to my local (i.e. second)
>> respository.
>> 
>> After ensuring that environment variable was set, I no longer got an
>> error, but I also didn't get any output from the print statement
>> following the two requires.
>> 
> 
> 
> You said you didnt have access to shell, how did you set these 
> variables? Did you send in a request of something?

I switched to having the Cron job I mentioned above run a shell script 
which sets the variables and then runs the Ruby script.

In case that wasn't clear, I do have access to the shell through Cron 
jobs set up via CPanel - it's an interactive terminal on the server I 
don't have access to.
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