Error ROR on fedora 22

Sorry for bad english)

When I want to create an application “#rails new firstapp” then a
mistake.
Requires gem byebug. When you try to install it “#gem install byebug”,
formed mistake. Tell me how to fix it.

Install missing headers! There should be Ruby Dev or source package in
your
package repository

First L. [email protected] schrieb am Do., 18.06.2015, 14:17:

Norbert M. wrote in post #1175258:

Install missing headers! There should be Ruby Dev or source package in
your
package repository

First L. [email protected] schrieb am Do., 18.06.2015, 14:17:

I don’t understand, do you can explain more?

On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 7:17 AM, Buddha G. [email protected]
wrote:

I don’t understand, do you can explain more?

Do you see anything about “missing headers” in your error message?

Hint: we could easily provide a stronger clue if you pasted in the text
of the error message instead of a picture of an error message…


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Your error message complains about not beeing able to find ruby.h, this
file is not delivered in most Linux default Ruby setup, you have to
install
Ruby’s source or development packages additionally via your
distributions
package manager or you have to use RVM. I don’t know neither how fedoras
package manager is called, invoked or used, nor how the package could be
named.

Buddha G. [email protected] schrieb am Do., 18.06.2015, 16:17:

Norbert M. wrote in post #1175258:

Install missing headers! There should be Ruby Dev or source package in
your
package repository

First L. [email protected] schrieb am Do., 18.06.2015, 14:17:

I don’t understand, do you can explain more?


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