404 when doing bundle install omniauth-linkedin

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Levi Strope

22 Nov, 2011 07:24 PM

Hello - it seems when I run bundle install I get an error from rubygems.org CDN saying its a 404 and the resource doesn't exist.

I am not sure what is going on but this thread on SO pretty much articulates the exact issue I am having:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4575353/running-bundle-install-f...

I can run gem install just fine, however when using bundle install it is trying to grab the 0.0.4 version of this gem(which is 2 versions old). Here is the message I get `fetch_http': bad response Not Found 404 (http://production.cf.rubygems.org/quick/Marshal.4.8/omniauth-linked...) (Gem::RemoteFetcher::FetchError)

NoSuchKey
The specified key does not exist.

quick/Marshal.4.8/omniauth-linkedin-0.0.4.gemspec.rz

44B688D5A34B77B0

+XTEB/QlnvFko28Ey5qAVHhgXf1AZp+eTibzg2iykqEl6sWTQXmkd6T/qbJJ5i+8

Any idea why this is occurring? It was working up to a week ago but I just had to rebuild my gems and I got surprised with this. I got around it by linking directly to the gem in github but this is not the way we like to include gems.

Regards,
Levi

  1. Support Staff 2 Posted by Nick Quaranto on 04 Aug, 2012 06:43 PM

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    Sorry, this comment was buried in our spam inbox.

    Looks like there was a problem uploading this gem to S3. I've yanked it.

    http://rubygems.org/gems/omniauth-linkedin/versions/0.0.4

    I've added skorks to this discussion, as a heads up. Sounds like this isn't the active version, but if you still have this gem we can re-upload it to S3.

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