∞Integrating RVM with gnome-terminal
If you are going to use RVM installations with gnome-terminal, you'll
probably need to change its default options. Note that Ubuntu's and
Linux Mint Terminal application is actually
Multi-User RVM creates a script in
/etc/profile.d, which is being
sourced on startup. Also, most people put the RVM sourcing line required
to load RVM in their
~/.bash_profile for Single-User installs. By
default, gnome-terminal runs Bash as usual, as a non-login shell,
/etc/profile* and executing only the user's
~/.bashrc. This means that RVM doesn't load and you get the infamous
'RVM is not a function' message.
For RVM to work properly, you have to check the 'Run command as login
shell' checkbox on the
Title and Command tab of
Edit ▸ Profile Preferences menu dialog, in case the menu is missing
right click the terminal app and navigate
Profiles ▸ Profile Preferences.
Here is a screen shoot of the dialog with highlighted
For more information on what this means, please read the explanation regarding Shell logins especially if you are in doubt, or advised by other sites to not use it.