When setting up a Ruby/Rails development environment utilizing Ubuntu 12.04 LTS you may find yourself running into issues with setting your RVM default Gemset.
I attempted to set the default Gemset using every possible combination of the command rvm –default use 1.9.3-p286@corerivalry but every time I closed my terminal and re-opened it my default Ruby was set, but my Gemset was continually being set back to (default).
After much searching and frustration I ran into the –rvmrc command which creates a file (.rvmrc) that specifies the Ruby version as well as the Gemset to use for an individual project. After running the command, each time I opened my terminal in my Rail application’s root folder my Ruby and Gemset are exactly what I intend them to be.
rvm use 1.9.3-p286@rails3 --rvmrc
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