In this article I will describe the steps I used in order to get a Rails environment up and running under Linux using RVM (I’m using Fedora 15). I will assume you know your way around Linux and you should be able to replace any of the Fedora specifics with your distributions corresponding tools (in particular YUM the package manager). If you are following this article and are using Mac OS X you should be able to replace the YUM package manager with homebrew.
I will be installing and using Ruby with RVM (Ruby Version Manager) which is a command line tool which will allow me to easily install and manage multiple version of Ruby. This is a requirement since I will be developing using Ruby and jRuby. Continue reading Installing Rails with RVM