On Nov 13, 5:48=A0pm, Erik Nelson <erik.l.nel... / bankofamerica.com>
wrote:
> I'm trying to install a fresh copy of Ruby into empty directory
> '/modlest/modlusr/ruby' on a stock Red Hat server but it doesn't work.
> Here's what I've done:
>
> [...]
>
> /modlest/users/erik/ruby-1.8.7-p174> which ruby
> =A0 =A0-->/modlest/modlusr/ruby/bin/ruby
>
> /modlest/users/erik/rubygems-1.3.3> echo $GEM_HOME
> =A0 =A0-->/modlest/modlusr/ruby/gems
>
> /modlest/users/erik/rubygems-1.3.3> ruby setup.rb
> --prefix=3D/modlest/modlusr/ruby
> =A0 =A0-->all seems to go okay
>

You shouldn't be prefix'ing RubyGems installation, it should detect
Ruby installation options and use them.

Can you create a pastie of the actual output where rubygems.rb is
being copied?

(you didn't include that, which could be a hint of what is going on)

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Luis Lavena