Is anyone else receiving errors with MacOS 10.14 Mojave and the Mysql2 gem? I'm also getting a "Library not loaded: libssl.1.0.0.dylib (LoadError)" error when executing "rails server".
If you upgraded, you probably need to uninstall the gem and reinstall it so that it compiles with the new Mojave libraries.
If you have trouble installing it from scratch, see this thread: https://github.com/brianmario/mysql2/issues/1005#issuecomment-424786695
what do you think about MacOS Mojave? Is it problematic? Have you got any other issues? I am wondering if it is better to upgrade now or to wait for a little bit.
I updated system to Mojave and generally i am happy. I had only one problem. My bluetooth didn't work in macOS Mojave. I have tried to clear the icon cache by starting your Mac in Safe Mode, then shut it down and restart it normally. It helped!
for readers willing to upgrade it might be a bit different. in particular if you were using rvm which is not compatible with rbenv. I could not understant why installing a new ruby version with rbenv was still linking to a previous one installed with rvm. So to sumarize: go for the installation from Chris above if you are starting from scratch...but follow this https://medium.com/@namangupta01/replacing-rvm-with-rbenv-in-os-x-9dea622bd639 if you are coming from another world ;-)
Is the header issue for Mojave resolved? When I run the command
sudo installer command listed in the final steps I get the following error:
installer: Error - the package path specified was invalid: '/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/Packages/macOS_SDK_headers_for_macOS_10.14.pkg'.
Thanks for this wonderful guide. Eveything was fine and now I have Ruby on Rails on my mac.
Sorry for stupid question: now I want to test a website. I'd like to try Spina CMS. How can I start? How can I install this gem?
Edit: maybe I made a mistake by skipping the git step... :( I do not understand the step including this instruction: cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub what should I do there?
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