Jekyll without internet access

I use Jekyll locally and it really works for me. Now, I have a need to move to a separate system that does not have access to the internet. That means, that I can’t use bundle to download anything—including plugins.

Is there some magic that I can do to collect everything needed and move it to the closed network so I can run Jekyll there?

I found this question: Serve a blog on a server without internet, but that person uses Docker while I do not.

Have you tried bundle package? Here a guide: How to use bundler if the target node has no internet connection? - Gosha Arinich


Thanks for that link @fabiomux That did the trick!

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