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From: Emma Evans [mailto:eemma1122 / gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 4:36 AM
To: ruby-talk ML
Subject: Re: ruby installation

Nation, Carey wrote in post:
Go into control panel and find the System Properties dialog.  It hasn't changed much since xp although its location is variable.  Click the advanced tab and then the environment variables button. If you want it for just you, change the one under user variables, if you want it to be system wide (such as if you're doing cgi or something and another user needs to find ruby), put it under system variables.
Just append ;c:\ruby\bin to which ever one you want to change and close things out.  The semicolon before c:\ must be there.

Note that when a command prompt opens, it gets a copy of the environment at that time.  So if you do this, your currently open dos boxen won't see it.  You'll have to open new ones.
HTH,
Carey

Thx, useful for me.

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