JRuby: Denial of Service
Basically, I want to make binaries globally available from the shell that I didn't install with apt-get.
I haven't quite figured out yet how I would go about doing that though (in this case, JRuby):
I downloaded the latest (1.6.7) JRuby binary distribution.
I unpacked it into my $HOME directory.
Now I tried several things:
Hard link to jruby:
$(HOME)/jruby-1.6.7/bin/ ln jruby /usr/local/bin/jr
The JRuby language gets commercial support as a major new JRuby version approaches, promising easier integration of Ruby development and Java.
I'm unable to uninstall JRuby on Windows.
When I run the uninstallation program the first time it finishes its work with an error: java.io.IOException: access denied, also it deletes the files.log file from the installation folder.
Keepalived: Denial of Service
I don't think it has been asked after scout through the question here. Here are my problem:
I'm using Ubuntu 14.04. I've developed a script to be run by ruby-2.1.2. I've included the shebang line
in the script header and the script path is included in the .profile. Script is made executable by chmod +x. The script can be executed everywhere no problem.
Engine Yard has announced that JRuby core team members Thomas Enebo and Charles Nutter are leaving the company to join Red Hat in an apparently friendly deal between the two firms.
Developer.com: "The JRuby language is getting commercial support for developers this week, thanks to Ruby specialist Engine Yard."
I have file1.txt as below
expected output :
Please help. I am very new to unix.