Since now 5 months, I am using Antergos in a daily basis without having to complain. I like rollings that does not mess up for upgrading badly and albeit I do like user-friendly systems, there are sometimes blocking mistakes.
I have as a project to built from ground up a website using Twig and Sass, so the code is easier to maintain. To use Sass, I have to install it with
gem install sass. While it installs without any problem, I can’t execute the code. Here how it’s happenning:
[[email protected] /]$ gem install sass WARNING: You don't have /home/krands/.gem/ruby/2.3.0/bin in your PATH, gem executables will not run. Successfully installed sass-3.4.21 Parsing documentation for sass-3.4.21 Done installing documentation for sass after 3 seconds 1 gem installed
I have the very same error using
sudo gem install sass, but the path is different:
As I know that Antergos is a Archie’s fork, I though it was a good idea to look at the latter’s wiki.
The first paragraph of the link is mentioned as this:
By default in Arch Linux, when running
gem, gems are installed per-user (into
~/.gem/ruby/), instead of system-wide (into
/usr/lib/ruby/gems/). This is considered the best way to manage gems on Arch, because otherwise they might interfere with gems installed by Pacman.
I also looked in the Antergos’ wiki, Ruby is not mentioned, even with a search.
Why can I install
gems if I can’t execute them? Then, is there any way to move the folder properly to the correct one, so I could execute