Debian updating rubygems
A few days ago Opscode released a security fix for chef server 0.10.0 and 0.9.16 and this post will show how upgrade to chef-server 0.10.2. Since I use a rubygem install the next steps will focus on this type of installation; if you are using distribution or opscode packages this will not be very helpful as probably packages are not yet available for this upgrade; once they will replace the gem upgrade part with the deb/rpm upgrade and you should be set. In the past I’ve had serious problems when performing similar upgrades (even a minor one like this that looks harmless), and even if now opscode are much better with this process it never hurts to be precautions.With other project I installed gems and Ruby from the source and have been handling dependencies with Ruby Gems.Not nearly as smooth: maintaining this mess without google would have been close to impossible.-sess_out arg - file to write SSL session to -sess_in arg - file to read SSL session from -servername host - Set TLS extension servername in Client Hello -tlsextdebug - hex dump of all TLS extensions received -status - request certificate status from server -no_ticket - disable use of RFC4507bis session tickets -legacy_renegotiation - enable use of legacy renegotiation (dangerous) Hello, I am having a similar problem: I am trying the command: gem install rake -v '10.0.4' I get the following error: ERROR: Could not find a valid get 'rake' (= 10.0.4), here is why: Unable to download data from https://rubygems.org/ - SSL_connect trturned=1 errno=0 state=SSLv3 read server certificate B: certificate verify failed (https://rubygems.org/space.4.8.gz) When I run: ruby -ropenssl -e 'p Open SSL:: OPENSSL_VERSION' I get: "Open SSL 1.0.0j " When I run: openssl s_client -showcerts -connect rubygems.org:https The verify return code is 20 (unable to get local issuer certificate) I have looked all over online and have tried different things... EDIT: Also, I am running ruby 1.9.3p327 This issue might have been closed a few days ago, but it's still happening today.
Once the package manager installs a package, all these elements become accessible inside the environment they are set (e.g. and helps you with many things from downloading to packaging and distributing Ruby applications -- and of course, relevant binaries and libraries.Currently, only "smtp", "pop3", "imap", "ftp" and "xmpp" are supported.