I have Ruby 2.0.0-p451 installed via RVM. From what I have read online the newer versions of openssl need Ruby 2 installed. I'm running RVM 1.25.25. I currently host Ruby on Rails websites on my Mac ...
Using: Mountain Lion 10.8.2, RVM 1.18.15 Having trouble with, apparently, openssl when trying to install Ruby 2.0.0 via RVM: $ rvm install 2.0.0 ... Extracting openssl to ...
I can't install ruby from source, on configuration (./configure) it states Ignore OpenSSL broken by Apple. Please use another openssl. (e.g. using `configure --with-openssl-dir=/path/to/openssl') ...
I am trying to find out where Ruby expects to find its openssl CA list. My environment is: Mac OS 10.7.5 OpenSSL from homebrew Rbenv from homebrew Ruby 1.9.3, installed using rbenv and ...
[Post shortened and updated with an answer.] Ruby 1.9.3 compiled on OS X 10.7.4 with MacPorts crashes in my Rails apps when using SSL in http.rb, e.g. when authenticating to Facebook: (facebook) ...