I use this to experiment, code and optimize my server and platform. Here are some of the things I do:
- experiment with:
- traffic to this site (purchased or organic)
- test the user experience (a/b, mvt, and personalization)
- enhance various site attributes
You may be lucky to find something interesting here, but probably not. This is a totally selfish and self-serving site.
An error occurred while installing nokogiri (184.108.40.206), and Bundler cannot continue.
Make sure that `gem install nokogiri -v ‘220.127.116.11’` succeeds before bundling.
Well, this was a pain. I tried a lot of solutions such as;
rvm use system
rvm use 2.2.3 –default
Then a bunch of stack exchange solutions. But none of the solutions worked.
What did work
Simple… I got the idea from using the system’s installed version of ruby, but anyhow, since I wasn’t getting other weird El Capitan related errors, I did this, voila:
bundle config build.nokogiri –use-system-libraries