Ruby on Rails is quickly becoming more and more popular every day. Learning to develop in the Ruby language is a very valuable skill. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to install Rails onto a Raspberry Pi.
– Raspberry Pi (Model B)
– SD Card (running Debian Squeeze)
– Micro-USB Power Cable
– Ethernet Cable or USB Wi-Fi Adapter
– USB Keyboard
– USB Mouse (preferable, but not required)
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