I've had my face-palm moment for the day.
While searching for how to solve the annoying ruby alert of "Insecure world writable dir", the fact that I was on a FAT32 partition completely skipped my mind. The chmod/chown commands tutorials told me to execute weren't working, and my mind was blown. If you're an Ubuntu user working on a FAT32 partition, you can't change file permissions
Thanks to Ruby-Forum.com
, I found that inserting "$VERBOSE=nil" into my bundler runtime file helped suppress this annoying message. Please be careful with this, and only do this if you work exclusively on a FAT32 partition.
Find your gem path so we can edit the bundler gem. Execute the following in your shell: (credit
$ ruby -r rubygems -e "p Gem.path"
Navigate to your gem path and cd into the version of bundler currently being used. Now navigate to lib -> bundler
and open runtime.rb
in your favorite text editor. Add "$VERBOSE = nil" to line 2.
$VERBOSE = nil
class Runtime < Environment
# Has to happen first
Now that annoying warning should leave you alone.
September 21, 2011