share|improve this answer edited Dec 15 at 0:06 KrauseFx 3,91622744 answered Apr 1 '12 at 8:04 Joshua Cheek 13.6k84566 2 I already have that source. vike27 commented Jan 26, 2015 Thank you!!!! The traceroute and tracepath should show you the step-by-step connection to the rubygems server. C:\Ruby200\bin>gem install rails --source http://rubygems.org ERROR: Could not find a valid gem 'rails' (>= 0), here is why: Unable to download data from https://rubygems.org/ - Errno::ECONNREFUSED: No conn ection could be have a peek at this web-site
C:\Users\me>gem install rails --source http://rubygems.org/ ERROR: Could not find a valid gem 'rails' (>= 0), here is why: Unable to download data from https://rubygems.org/ - no such name (https://rubygems.org/latest_specs.4.8.gz) Unable to thanks! jansmolders86 commented Feb 23, 2015 Thanks a bunch! 👍 diazemiliano commented Feb 24, 2015 Thanks! 👌 dynamite-ready commented Feb 24, 2015 Can't you just add the cert to the latest installation zhoulujun commented Apr 1, 2016 草泥马的ruby，折腾死人的SSL_connect certificate verify failed] http://www.zhoulujun.cn/zhoulujun/html/tools/grunt/2016_0331_7730.html ^^^__you can see detail i recommend u install local ———————— gem install --local ___your file path(of gem file) JeNeSuisPasDave commented Apr http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1954206/cant-update-rubygems
Thank you very much! thank you. Thank you nathanvda commented Mar 18, 2015 Awesome, thanks for the help! Now I can use Jekyll to build my Bootstrap.
fifiteen82726 commented Oct 8, 2016 @baweaver’s solution works for me. Why did Tarkin undertake this course of action at the end of Rogue One? var with: C:\set SSL_CERT_FILE=C:\Ruby200-x64\lib\ruby\2.0.0\rubygems\ssl_certs\AddTrustExternalCARoot-2048.pem On a side-side-side note I'm experiencing the usual infinite CPU hog while installing rubygems darkfish documentation. Update_rubygems Command Not Found Thanks! :) patrickkettner commented Apr 3, 2014 google's cached page from 3 days ago has @josh as the maintainer.
doctopus219 commented Oct 13, 2015 Try updating your gem sources: gem source -r https://rubygems.org/ gem source -a http://rubygems.org/ gem update --system kabirul1990 commented Oct 16, 2015 Cool Buddy.........Its amazing! QQingsandQQueens commented Apr 7, 2014 So i noticed when i tried to install the Modernizr after getting the error it would just keep failing. You signed out in another tab or window. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10333825/error-could-not-find-gem-locally-or-in-a-repository on a pc windows 8?
Thank you! Gem Update For one thing, when I click the link for the trust certificate I get a big block of text, which I think is correct, but I'm not sure how to "download" dxfl commented Oct 5, 2013 thank you so much @vesaje, I was getting crazy! :-) femmestem commented Oct 6, 2013 @vegasje Thank you so much!! Try it and let us know if it solves the problem.
rajashs commented Oct 30, 2013 RaphaellDDL, I did try what acandel suggested & every option listed, still no success. Go Here thanks MattCordell commented May 2, 2015 Thankyou. Rubygems Certificate Verify Failed Specific problem with RubyGems The particular case of RubyGems (the command line tool) is that it requires to bundle inside of its code the trust certificates, which allow RubyGems to establish Ssl_connect Returned=1 Errno=0 State=sslv3 Read Server Certificate B: Certificate Verify Failed I created a new file called root-r1.pem inside the folder C:\Ruby23-x64\lib\ruby\2.3.0\rubygems\ssl_certs and then copy/pasted the following GlobalSign Root R1 certificate (click "View Base64").
Thanks! –talonx Feb 16 '10 at 12:13 Agree with this solution. http://gsbook.org/could-not/linux-mint-12-could-not-download-all-repository-indexes.php But the manual operation worked. Fields that can be ordered in more than one way Is it bad form to write mysterious proofs without explaining what one intends to do? I am not sure if this is relevant or not (like: maybe it deleted the old certificate?) Am I correct in assuming any gem-server's certificate needs to be included in the Could Not Find A Valid Gem 'sass'
Normally and up until a few months ago, private key signatures used SHA-1 as way to provide a digest (or checksum) of the private key without distributing the key itself (remember, It's useful ghost commented Mar 3, 2015 +1 +1 lenazh commented Mar 3, 2015 Thank you so much!!! For reference, those using ChefDK 0.7.0 the directory is here: /opt/chefdk/embedded/lib/ruby/site_ruby/2.1.0/rubygems/ssl_certs KhanMaytok commented Aug 28, 2015 Many thanks! Source yadoik commented Dec 18, 2015 Diddlehh!
Server4001 commented Apr 3, 2013 Seriously, you should decrease the size of your windows partition, then install Ubuntu 12.10 on the new partition, and only use rails when you boot to Rubyinstaller For example mine was under C:\Ruby21-x64\lib\ruby\2.1.0\rubygems\ssl_certs UdayKumarDas commented Jan 22, 2015 Thank you very much, it's really helpfull kyusufm commented Jan 23, 2015 Thank you so much, it's really help. HansiCollaku commented Jan 19, 2016 But in that directory i already have a file with the same name as the one i downloaded.
Edit: I did read the entire background and problem, but I might be missing something, since i'm just a designer trying to set this stuff up on a Windows machine so But with a new installation of Ruby on a new machine I am having this issue: Steps: (1) Install Ruby 2.2.1 on Windows 7 x64. (2) Verify "gem --version" returns 2.4.5 It works like a charm Rushell commented Nov 9, 2015 Smoooth ;) Thanks a lot. 👍 aporrasp commented Nov 11, 2015 Excelent!!! Update Ruby Thank you!!!
How can I tell whether a generator was just-started? Bela2711 commented Jun 6, 2015 Thanks, it helped! :) abbondanza commented Jun 9, 2015 Great stuff! Why wouldn't the part of the Earth facing the Sun a half year before be facing away from it now at noon? http://gsbook.org/could-not/mint-12-could-not-download-all-repository-indexes.php Truly helpful..
Member drbrain commented Nov 27, 2013 The easiest way to upgrade is to fetch the latest version, Unpack it into a directory and cd there. Release multiple versions of any software in a short span of time and be very time sensitive is highly complicated. Wonder why that was not being fixed in the installer in the first place for Windows. Thank you!
anisabboud commented Feb 7, 2015 Thank you! Thank you!! The problem here is one of: You are missing the appropriate certificates (2.0.1 and older have a bug preventing proper installation) Your OpenSSL is out of date You SSL connection has Hope it helps someone.
krisimmig commented Dec 22, 2014 thumbs up! paulcarey commented Apr 11, 2013 Hi, I've started getting this error recently. peterdeweese commented Apr 2, 2013 This still happens. acaparrelli commented Mar 3, 2015 thank you man!
Reload to refresh your session. vlrprbttst commented Mar 8, 2015 thaaaaaaaaanks euccas commented Mar 10, 2015 works perfectly. +1 thanks. Thanks in advance! Muchas Gracias!
Eaiman commented Dec 24, 2014 It works. But on Windows 10 using the same Ruby 2.2.3p173 and gem 2.4.5, manually adding the updated cert did NOT work. I'm not sure about a firewall. (ufw disabled apparently). mcgfv commented Oct 22, 2015 THANKSSSSS!!!!