ROR setup on ubuntu machine

I am new to ROR, i need to setup ROR on my ubuntu machine. can u give
some
steps to follow for ROR? or some effective tutorials link to setup this?

http://rubyhyderabad.blogspot.com/

Hi,
You can find tons of tutorial for starting rails. I guess you can
find following blog post helpful for setting up rails.
http://goo.gl/fhgqV
Feel free to comment if any problem arise.

Regards;
Kshitiz

On 12 October 2011 09:53, 0v3rr!d3 [email protected] wrote:

Hi,
You can find tons of tutorial for starting rails. I guess you can
find following blog post helpful for setting up rails.
http://goo.gl/fhgqV
Feel free to comment if any problem arise.

Do use one that uses rvm (as that one does), it may seem like
additional complication initially but it will repay the time very
quickly.

Colin

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rvm would not work on ubuntu. they take pride in their Synaptic Package
Manager.

last time I installed rails (2.3.8) on my unubtu 10.4 lts, I installed
them using the `sudo apt-get ’ commands

This might help, This runs apache2, ruby on rails, and passenger

http://www.ajibanda.com/2010/12/install-ruby-on-rails-in-ubuntu-server.html

just make the right adjustment since I made this tutorial a year ago,
though the versions are different, the steps should be the same.

I recommend you to install ror via rvm.Since you can then choose which
version to use simple by command like “rvm use 1.9.2”

tutorials links: http://beginrescueend.com/rvm/install/

On 12 October 2011 11:00, ajibanda [email protected] wrote:

This might help, This runs apache2, ruby on rails, and passenger

http://www.ajibanda.com/2010/12/install-ruby-on-rails-in-ubuntu-server.html

You won’t need apache and passenger unless you want to run a
webserver. If you are just doing development and test on your pc then
they are not necessary.

Why is everybody top posting today?

Colin

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On 12 October 2011 10:57, Owajigbanam O. [email protected]
wrote:

rvm would not work on ubuntu. they take pride in their Synaptic Package Manager.

last time I installed rails (2.3.8) on my unubtu 10.4 lts, I installed them
using the `sudo apt-get ’ commands

No, don’t do that, it is much better in my opinion to use rvm, which
definitely does work on Ubuntu. Then you have the flexibility of
gemsets, mutliple ruby versions and so on.

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Rvm is working with Ubuntu. Did that with 10.4 and 11.4

There were no problems at all, but read the hole setup manual and after
that
begin again and do what it says. You must be sure to have all
requirements
and it would help if you know what you are doing:)

Someone asked because topposting, I can only answer for me but I am
using
android email client that does not support inline quoting…


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Am 12.10.2011 11:57 schrieb “Owajigbanam O.”
[email protected]:

I can send you a tutorial I just made for Ubuntu 11.04 with Ruby on
Rails
(Ruby 1.9.2 and Rails 3.1) and the default web server WEBrick and
database
SQLite3.
I have also a tutorial for Apache web server and MySQL database.

On what email should I send you? It’s a text file, I haven’t had the
time to
add images but it should be pretty self explanatory.

Hello amvis,

you can try this http://railsapps.github.com/installing-rails-3-1.html .
This tutorial is very clear and helpful.

Regards,
Noven

I read “aptitude” is better at package management than “apt-get”…

thanks for the responds… also i have ubuntu 11.04.

my email ID is [email protected]

I do not think it’s ok for a beginner to deal with RVM.
amvis, take the latest versions of Ruby (1.9.2) and Rails (3.1) and
play with them as if they are the only ones:)))

This is a very good tutorial.
http://ryanbigg.com/2010/12/ubuntu-ruby-rvm-rails-and-you/

Hope it helps!

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On Oct 12, 5:43 am, amvis [email protected] wrote:
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Jazmin

I am a total newbie… after messing with cygwin and minw in windows i
installed ubuntu 11.04 on my laptop and did a lot of googling…

installed twice to get it to where it is (right? we’ll see) but am
using rvm… it wasn’t that hard and went smoothly… there are some
specific install sites on the web that discus ruby, rails, rvm and
ubuntu. i don’t have them handy but if i can find them anyone can :slight_smile:

good luck!

On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 9:32 AM, amvis [email protected] wrote:

after all my system have ruby 1.8.7 (2010-06-23 patchlevel 299)
[i686-linux], Rails 2.3.5, gems 1.3.7

but i cannot proceed from this stage, for creating a simple application…

Why not?


Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]
http://about.me/hassanschroeder
twitter: @hassan

Here are two tutorials which may help (video included):
http://www.rubyinside.com/how-to-install-ruby-1-9-2-and-rails-3-0-on-ubuntu-10-10-4148.html
http://ryanbigg.com/2010/12/ubuntu-ruby-rvm-rails-and-you/

Both are using latest Ruby and Rails on Ubuntu 10.10 (which works for
Ubuntu
11.04 too).

Mircea

Mircea Goia
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mirceagoia.com

i followed this
http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/documentation/quickstart/3/,
and setup all the stuffs.

After i created a new rails application, when i create a database i got
one
error like

*[email protected]:~/blog$ rake db:create
rake aborted!
Could not find a JavaScript runtime. See
https://github.com/sstephenson/execjs for a list of available runtimes.

(See full trace by running task with --trace)*

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