Re: How to do ruby setup on linux?
I have Fedora Core 6 on VmWare. Thanks
Try "yum install ruby"
(But beware that Fedora 6 is well past its sell-by date - that is, it's
no longer maintained, so you'll get no security or bug fixes. Better to
update to Fedora 9 first. If you don't like the pain of upgrading every
year, then choose a different distro with long-term support, like CentOS
or Ubuntu LTS)
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