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Ruby on Rails, Gems

Problem:

What Ruby on Rails version and Gems are installed?

Solution:

You may check the version of Ruby on Rails on your server by logging in to SSH and typing the following command:
            > rails -v
            Rails X.X.X will be displayed. 

You can see what gems are installed and/or install gems from the cPanel by clicking on the icon RubyGems under the "Software/Services" category.



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