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Look at the Ruby GEM command reference here: -n, -​-bindir DIR - Directory where binary files are located -​-[no-]user-install - Install in user’s home directory instead of GEM_HOME. Effectively, and operationally you—as an end user using Ruby—would not really notice a difference if the file paths are in your $PATH. But each command clearly deals with a ...


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The /var/cache/dnf/tempfiles.json was malformed. I fixed it (it could be deleted even).



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