I had no problems.
It pretty much boils down to three steps:
- Install Ruby via deb.
- Install ruby gems using the instructions for installing ruby gems.
- Install rails and everything else via gems.
browse the following write-up:
Follow the instructions for installing the Ruby deb, and a few others.
(You can do it all in one line)
Then follow the instructions to install rubygems.
(this is the same for Mac and Windows as in any Linux distro)
Then use gems to install rails. (This is the same in Windows and Mac
and any Linux distro)
(BTW: Instructions for Windows follow these three steps as well, but
the first is install Ruby with a Windows installer, install gems,
install rails via gems:
Or go here:
There are several sets of instructions, depending of stable, testing,
If you want a nice quick ref for debian:
debian reference card: