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    @uliwitness although they might port their modified version to other platforms afterwards.
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      @charl if you don’t put it to sleep, and the charger doesn’t deliver enough amps, the screen can draw more power than the charger can provide.
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        I love how my iPad just randomly kernel panics every other day or so. Totally cool and reassuring.
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          Kristian Nairn (who plays Hodor on Game of Thrones) also just happens to be an excellent DJ [soundcloud.com] / via kottke.org [kottke.org]
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            @charl Slow is still better than 'not working at all' ;)
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              @charl I'm assuming you installed Bundler via `gem`. So first I'd try uninstalling (`gem uninstall bundler`), then re-installing Bundler using `gem1.9.3`. That way, Bundler should use the right Ruby version.
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                @charl Ok. You'll want `/usr/bin/gem1.9.3`. So, `gem1.9.3 install my_super_awesome_gem` should work w/o problems.
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                  @charl Oy, Debian-based. They always do weird things with Ruby -_- Basically, there should be a `gem` executable for 1.9 as well. Check with `ls -l /usr/bin/gem*`, that should list you all the `gem` executables. Probably `gem19` or something like that.
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                    @jussipekonen "quirks"? I think C++ is well past "quirks" ;)
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                      @charl And there's the problem. `gem` isn't using `/usr/bin/ruby`. What OS are you using?
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                        @charl Alright. What path does `gem env` report as `RUBY EXECUTABLE`? And what does `/usr/bin/ruby -v` say?
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                          @charl Well, that's your first clue then. What does `which -a ruby` tell you? Does it find Ruby in more than one place?
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                            @charl FYI, `gem env` will give you all the info you might need to debug this (assuming you’re using `gem` to install?)
                            cypher
                              @charl maybe you have multiple Ruby versions, and it’s using the wrong one?
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                                Well, that’s just great: It’s enough to walk by a doughnut shop to start wanting a doughnut [www.newyorker.com]. Basically, “being hungry” doesn’t seem to have anything to do with your body actually needing food.
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                                  @jenni not quite awake yet. Just missed my exit ;)
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                                    @jenni good morning! How are you?