RVM is really a usual way to install ruby.curl is a tool to get web page in
linux. Why your company don't have the internet access?



2013/7/27 Thomas Luedeke <lists / ruby-forum.com>

> I previously installed Ruby 1.8.7 locally on my HP-UX Unix system,
> compiling it without any troubles (following the compilation
> instructions worked perfectly the first time).
>
> I've now tried multiple times to do the same with Ruby 2.0.0, and it
> blows up catastrophically every time.
>
> If I try to do a compiled installation following the README
> instructions, the Makefile breaks with all sorts of arcane messages.
> I'm not a C or Make expert, so I have no idea how to resolve these
> problems, or even what they are referring to.  Doing Google searches on
> the particular diagnostic messages make issues has produced zilch.
>
> I next thought about installing RVM, with the hopes that all these awful
> arcane problems would go away.  But now they want me to install curl
> (whatever that is) and directly install from the Internet (which I don't
> have access to from the UNIX side).  I don't have permissions to do
> anything other than a local installation, since this is my company's
> machine.
>
> Any suggestions on how to proceed?  I am extremely busy at work,
> desperately need the new version of Ruby, and don't have a week to try
> and smoke out these unfathomable installation problems - I need Ruby
> installed cleanly and quickly and locally, on a machine that I not an
> administrator on.
>
> Is there a suggested route for newbies like me?
>
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