Gem signing has received some recent attention due to the breach of in January of 2013.However, the concept of trust policies and signed gems is not a new one - rubygems itself has had the We've open-sourced a simple tool to help you determine which of your dependencies are signed and which trust policies are available to your app.It keeps displaying with a gray background even though the page background color was something else. The development version 2.0 Alpha 3 has support for background position and repeat. Hit refresh in IE6 and transparent PNG images should render correctly now.You can add apply this fix to other elements that may be using PNG images as CSS background images as such: [email protected]~/dev $ sudo gem update Updating installed gems ...You will need to follow the second set of update instructions if you see "Nothing to update". Bugs fixed: * Disregard ownership of ~ under Windows while creating ~/ For a full list of changes to Ruby Gems and the contributor for each change, see the Change Log file.Fixes issues related to no uid support under Windows. Special thanks to Chad Wooley for backwards compatibility testing and Luis Lavena for continuing windows support. NOTE: If you have installed Ruby Gems using a package system you may want to install a new Ruby Gems through the same packaging system. 'rubygem-rubygems-update' not found in package names. Use 'zypper install ruby2.1-devel-2.1.9-32.1.x86_64' to install this candidate.
It will open a README file with ‘Rails Installer OS X’ at the top. If the Rails version wasn’t the latest, you could update it using a following command on terminal.Before we get to that, let's look at the new functionality in is only enforced on new gem installs - the signatures of existing installed gems are not validated.We can see this by forcing bundler to install to a local directory, instead of the system-wide gem path: So we're going to have to check and install certs for each signed gem we want to use. TSUrpm -i vagrant-1.8.6-2.x86_64error: Failed dependencies: /root/bamboo-builds/BUILD-VG-CORE-DEB64-1111/tmp.i Aa XSV4Ad K/substrate/embedded/bin/ruby is needed by vagrant-1.8.6-2.x86_64 7 is needed by vagrant-1.8.6-2.x86_64 7()(64bit) is needed by vagrant-1.8.6-2.x86_64 7(FBSD_1.0) is needed by vagrant-1.8.6-2.x86_64 7(FBSD_1.0)(64bit) is needed by vagrant-1.8.6-2.x86_64 First make sure Ruby 2.1 is installed, have you installed the packages I describe in my Wiki? If you wish to try to continue to install using the open SUSE repos, you may need to submit a bug. TSU Beginner Wiki Quickstart - https://en.opensuse.org/User: Tsu2/Quickstart_Wiki Solved a problem recently? You can try to install from the official Ruby repos instead. This installed sweetly, so I'm proceeding on that front, (and we'll see how far it runs...) It's hard to tell for certain as I don't want to back it all out to check it, but it may indeed have made all the difference there. Whether you find a certain reason or not, It'd be helpful to submit a bug report with your findings as much as you can do to https://bugzilla. You can try to install from the official Ruby repos instead.