There are two approaches for openSUSE,
System Wide: Install gem as root with Ruby provided by openSUSE
Local RVM: Install gem in user space with RVM (Ruby Version Manager)
You can click images for complete screenshot.
This article is short, compared with Debian or Arch. It is incredibly easy to run Jekyll on openSUSE.
Install Required Ruby Package
Install Jekyll via Gem
Do not forget to use
sudo, and also install optional package.
Since I already has my own blog, I can change directory and just run this jekyll blog server.
For convenience, In
.zshrc, so we do not
need to remember jekyll path.
For convenience, we can also make an alias.
And run with very simple command.
For some reasons, it is good to run Ruby outside root. Don’t ask me why, I’m a n00b in Ruby.
This is a must read link before you start RVM.
And this rpm downloaded
Do not forget any optional dependencies.
Now you have these path for Jekyll.
For convenience, add these lines to
Now we can run jekyll with either of these three
If you desire some details, you may refer to my old post about
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