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Bitnami Ruby Stack provides a complete, ready-to-run development environment for Ruby on Rails. It includes the latest stable release of Ruby, Rails, RVM, MySQL, SQLite, NGINX, Apache, Memcache and Varnish, Git and Subersion, Sphinx, PHP and phpMyAdmin. It also includes most popular gems for building Rails applications: Thin, RMagick, Rake, Mongrel, Passenger, Nokogiri and more. It also includes libraries such as OpenSSL, openLDAP, CURL, ImageMagick and more.

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  1. Bitnami Ruby Stack 5

    Amazing Stack!

    by HASSAN AZIMI on

    Thanks Bitnami with all these stacks we as a developer no longer need to worry about installing and configuring things in any operating system anymore. It's truly amazing how Bitnami has so many stacks which works for everyone and I really like you guys.

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  2. Bitnami Ruby Stack 5

    Awesome option to get running fast

    by Derek B on

    I concur with @Lindsay Morris. It was a nightmare trying to figure it all out only to not work! This was easy.

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  3. Bitnami Ruby Stack 3

    trying to start

    by Jerry Ross on

    I am attempting to run Ruby stack but console doesn't show $ prompt. when I changed to projects/sample using cd command, it worked without $ prompt. But when I types ruby bin/rails server I got some text on the screen and then it hung up. I did ctrl-C to stop server. what am I doing wrong?

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  4. Bitnami Ruby Stack 1

    tried but ..

    by Ali Sen on

    I have downloaded and tried virtual machine. It failed. It needs update. You will get lots of error. Waste of time.

    1 out of 4 people found this helpful.

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  5. Bitnami Ruby Stack 5

    Bitnami got me working again

    by Lindsay Morris on

    Nightmare of incompatibilities between ruby, rails, and various gems.

    I spent hours googling around for similar problems (and finding MANY! how can rails developers think this is OK?) and every time I solve one, I hit another one. No end in site.

    Then I got the Bitnami RubyStack; copied my project inot the projects directory: had to run

    bundle install

    rake db:create

    rake db:migrate

    and BANG: running again. Back to real work instead of fighting my own toolset.

    Thank you Bitnami!!!!

    7 out of 7 people found this helpful.

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