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30 August 2022

Compile ruby with a different version of openssl

by Danny Willems

You may need to compile and install a ruby version using rvm with a different version of openssl. On Ubuntu 22.04, openssl 3.0 is now used, and you will face build issues if you try to install ruby with rvm. Here a temporary fix.

  1. Install rvm
  2. rvm pkg install openssl to install openssl-1.0.1i
  3. rvm install ruby --with-openssl-dir=$HOME/.rvm/usr to build with the previously installed version of openssl.
tags: ruby - rvm - openssl - RSS