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error trying to run bundle install: 'require': no such file to load — openssl (LoadError)

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I just install Ruby 1.9.2, Rails 3.2.11, and rvm 1.17.8.

I'm trying to create a new Ruby-on-Rails web application. When I run the command 'rails new first_app', it seems to create the project files, but ultimately fails with the error 'require': no such file to load -- openssl (LoadError).

Then if I try to run 'bundle install' - I get the same error.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance, Tim
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This is a shot in the dark but try this:

rvm package install openssl

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