If you would like to make a Ruby be the default ruby that is selected when you open a new terminal shell simply use the --default flag:
∴ rvm 1.8.6 --default ∴ $ ruby -v ruby 1.8.6 (2010-02-05 patchlevel 399) [i686-darwin10.2.0]
rak rocks! http://rak.rubyforge.org/
Unfortunately, rak does not search for filenames
needs to be followed by
find . -name *calen* -print
It works just like the plain old ’ssh’ command, but this time you’ll never have to enter your password again:
Your key will be generated (if necessary), copied to your server, and you’ll be logged in as normal.
gem sources --add http://gemcutter.org gem install ssh-forever
[matt@bowie ssh-forever (master)]$ ssh-forever email@example.com You do not appear to have a public key. I expected to find one at /Users/matt/.ssh/id_rsa.pub Would you like me to generate one? [Y/n]y Copying your public key to the remote server. Prepare to enter your password for the last time. firstname.lastname@example.org's password: Success. From now on you can just use plain old 'ssh'. Logging you in...