ruby-build: definition not found: 2.2.1
I want to install new version of ruby by
rbenv install 2.2.1, but I get the error
ruby-build: definition not found: 2.2.1 The following versions contain 2.2.1 in the name: rbx-2.2.1 rbx-2.2.10
Could you please let me know how should I install version 2.2.1?
Thanks in advance!
You should upgrade ruby-build to the latest version, ruby-build is an rbenv plugin that provides an rbenv install command to compile and install different versions of Ruby on UNIX-like systems.
Using Homebrew package manager:
brew upgrade ruby-build --HEAD
If ruby-build-HEAD already installed try reinstalling it
brew reinstall ruby-build --HEAD
You can look for the current stable ruby version number at:
Then use rbenv to see the upgraded list of available options:
rbenv install --list
Install latest stable version as below (replace 2.2.2 with your version string):
rbenv install 2.2.2 rbenv rehash
To list and verify all installed versions:
To set as the global ruby version (in this case 2.2.2):
rbenv global 2.2.2
Hope this helps you and everyone else who faces similar situation in future.
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Most of the answer here use brew command. So in case, you are on Ubuntu, then do these.
cd ~/.rbenv git pull cd ~/.rbenv/plugins/ruby-build/ git pull
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Try to update your ruby-build manually from the repository by using this command:
/Users/your-user/.rbenv/plugins/ruby-build && git pull
Replace "your-user" with your Mac User
Once you've done that you can run the install:
rbenv install 2.2.1
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I upgraded homebrew
brew update && brew upgrade
and then was able to upgrade to 2.2.1
rbenv install '2.2.1'
Hope this helps!
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- This answer might help you. Just try to update ruby-build plugin.
- Nice, I had a similar problem and 'brew upgrade ruby-build --HEAD' did the job! Thanks.
brew upgrade ruby-build --HEADgave me an error message about
--HEAD, but trying without it worked.