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Issues creating new Rails app (rake 10.1.0/Bundler failure)

maybe this helps you http://blog.oasic.net/2012/04/solutions-to-invalid-byte-sequence-in.html the problem is not in gems!

Categories : Ruby On Rails

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Rails App, Elastic Beanstalk and REST API failure: (Bundler::GemNotFound)
sqlite3 should only be used for development/test environments. In your gemfile the sqlite3 gem should be under a seperate group like this: group :test, :development do gem 'sqlite3' end You can then add a seperate group for whatever database you want to use for your deployment, like mysql: group :production do gem 'mysql2' end Also make sure to configure your database.yml file for t

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Bundler issues in installing rails on ubuntu
do this: rvm @global do gem uninstall bundler -ax gem install bundler -v '~>1.0.0' this will remove the globally installed bundler (available for all gemsets on this ruby) and install compatible local version only for current gemset.

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Rails (One Month Rails) "Bundle Install" Failure, creating new application
The problem is you need to install the dependencies (header files) for the gem Because the gem is sqlite3, I would recommend looking at installing sqlite on your system. I think you're using CentOS (?) - if so, you might want to try this: yum install sqlite If this doesn't work, there's a great tutorial here: Error installing sqlite3 gem via bundler wget http://www.sqlite.org/sqlite-autoconf-

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Bundler could not find compatible versions for gem "bundler" asking me for the incompatible versions of the bundler i have and the bundler required
Usually, Bundler does not need to be on Gemfile. You can remove the line that contains bundler in Gemfile, then run bundle again. The reason this is failing is because your system has probably a newer version of bundler than the Gemfile is asking for.

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"Rails s" or "Rails c" in console fails: "Looks like your app's ./bin/rails is a stub that was generated by Bundler"
Have you tried running the commands through bundle? The error log states: You have already activated activesupport 4.0.8, but your Gemfile requires activesupport 3.2.16. Prepending `bundle exec` to your command may solve this. (Gem::LoadError) So try running like so: > bundle exec rails c > bundle exec rails s

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