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Your problem is you used sudo and now you don't have the correct permissions. This is just a guess but try installing with sudo
For a Rails project. Set the ruby version in a .ruby-version file at project root. And start your vim from the project root. Syntastic will do the syntax check with the specified ruby version.
The canonical library for interfacing with AWS via Python is Boto. Though it is intended to be used as a library in a Python script, it is simple enough to use independently. You can skim the fine documentation, and this page has an overview of how to use Boto, but here are the important parts: Put your AWS credentials in ~/.boto: [Credentials] ...
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