Best Linux Distro For Complete JRuby Env

Is there a prefered linux distro when dealing with the most up to date
and
current jruby system? I am just getting into jruby on windows and i
would
like to see what distro would fit me best to continue my development
into
linux.

Thanks,
–Nick

Most will do. I like Ubuntu. Just use rvm to manage your rubies.

Cheers,

James
On 22 Feb 2011 21:29, “Nick H.” [email protected] wrote:

Is there a prefered linux distro when dealing with the most up to date and

On 22 February 2011 21:35, James A. [email protected] wrote:

Most will do. I like Ubuntu. Just use rvm to manage your rubies.

debian :slight_smile:

My workmate Sergio Rubio maintains JRuby stable packages for Ubuntu and
Centos:

https://launchpad.net/~rubiojr/+archive/jruby15
http://blog.frameos.org/2010/10/15/installing-jruby-and-trinidad-in-framoscentos/

On 23 February 2011 16:26, David C. [email protected]
wrote:

My workmate Sergio Rubio maintains JRuby stable packages for Ubuntu and
Centos:

There’s no need for a package, simply untar the compressed file and
that’s all.

Just get one that has a well supported JVM. There’s very little you need
to install JRuby other than that, then just untar the latest stable
and you’re away.

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