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RVM change location

Posted on 2014-03-21
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Trying to install rvm but fails because it's pointing to centos/6.5 when it should be pointing to centos/6.4.

command is simple to install on Scientific linux

rvm install 2.0.0

How do I get the install to point to the right location?
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by:lcor
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here's more info.

When I run the install command, it looks for libyamlxxx.rpm in the wrong location to download.  That is it looks in centos/6.5 when I need it to look in centos/6.4.  How do I change that?
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It gives a PYCURL ERROR 22 "The requested URL not found"
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Andrew Doades earned 500 total points
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Can you try the following command?

sudo yum-config-manager --enable epel

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And then retry

rvm requirements

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This was on the right track. Figured it out.  Had to configure yum first.
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