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Completely Removing RVM
Today I had to change an single user installation of Ruby Version Manager (RVM), to a system wide installation. But after removing the .rvm folder and .rvmrc file from the user directory, running the RVM installation script would still install to the user directory instead of the system wide /usr/local/rvm directory. What I found is that RVM will embed itself deeply in your system and there are a few more things you have to do, below are the steps to completely remove RVM from your computer. Continue reading
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