>>>>> "G" == Gene D <e_dragoev / yahoo.com> writes:

G> bash-2.04$ ./server.rb
G> ../server.rb:3:in `require': No such file to load -- net/http (LoadError)
G>         from ./server.rb:3

 First, display the load path, i.e.

   ruby -e 'p $LOAD_PATH'

 and verify that the libraries are in the right place

 Normally this message means that it can't find http.rb. You must (I think)
 have another message if it can't find socket.so

 Verify that server.rb call the right version of ruby (i.e. verify the
 first line #!)


Guy Decoux