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RVM/Capistrano: rvm-shell not found

If you’re trying to deploy with Capistrano to a server you just set up, and it fails with an error like this:

rvm-shell: No such file or directory

Then you probably have a newer version of RVM on your new server than on your development machine.  Update RVM and go on your way.  Hope this saves someone some frustration!

Jim

Jim Ryan

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Jim has been working with computers for as long as he can remember. He started programming when he was 12, and developed his first web application for hire when he was 16. Jim is as adept with hardware as he is with software. He's worked with countless languages on a variety of platforms, from gaming consoles to Android handsets to desktop applications, but his first and true love will always be the Web. For Jim, coding is more than a hobby or a job, it's his passion.

When he's not at his computer (which is rare), Jim's exploring Manhattan or enjoying a nice (gluten-free) meal with friends. He loves meeting new people, whether it be at home or when traveling the globe. Jim tries to learn something new everyday.

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  • Psychocist

    Where did you get this information from? Didn’t make slightest difference for me. Both server and local machine running RVM 1.16.17

    • http://twitter.com/jryan727 Jim Ryan

      My research at the time pointed to that solution, and it resolved it for me.  Looking at it now, it could be a path issue.  Updating may resolve it, but not for the reason I mentioned.  I’m not entirely sure.  There seems to be many more resources now than when I first stumbled upon the problem…