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CentOS Ruby Install - Open SSL Issue

Attempting to install ruby 2.1.2 on a centos 7 box, but running into a dependency issue with openssl ~ % ruby-install ruby ...blah blah blah... ---> Package openssl-devel.x86_64 1:1.0.1e-34.el7 ...
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Issues compiling passenger for apache2 on CentOS

I am trying to install openproject on a CentOS 6.5 (Release 3 from OVH) following this tutorial but with mysql in place of postgresql. I'm nearly done but I can't seem to compile passenger for apache ...
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Redmine installation in cpanel. Error installing a gem named pg

I am trying to install redmine . I am using cpanel. I know cpanel wont support rails 3 which latest cpanel uses. So i downgraded my rails version and also i am trying to install redmine 1.4.3 which is ...
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Sudo <any command> throws: Command not found but works without sudo

I'm on a CentOS VPS and using RVM and Capistrano to deploy. for some deployments I need to use sudo, but when I deploy with something like: desc "Restart the application services" task :restart, ...
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How do I install sass on centos 5.9 with ruby 1.8.7?

I have CentOS 5.9 on an x86_64. I've installed ruby 1.8.7. Whenever I try to install sass I get an Error saying sass requires Ruby version >= 1.8.7. but that's what I have installed. This is the ...
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How to set up a NAT and and a Host Only adapter using Vagrant?

I am trying to make a NAT connection (for yum downloads) and a Host-Only connection (for talking with host) at the same time on my CentOS box when using Vagrant. I CAN do it by SSHing and checking ...
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Using rvm within a bash script on CentOS 6.2

I'm trying to write a script that does goes through all the steps for installing and setting up a graylog2 server and web interface on CentOS 6.2. Here is the section that I'm having trouble with: ...
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JRuby rpm for Centos 5.3?

Has anybody built a JRuby RPM for Centos 5.3? I know that JRuby can be just 'dropped in' and it will work on Centos 5.3, but I would like an RPM because it can be distributed, installed etc. easily ...