do you need to manage your Ruby versions? If not, just go with the system default, that
would be easier.
If you need RVM, you shouldn't have any issues compiling Ruby with it on Fedora
I currently develop on Fedora's system Ruby, without RVM, and I use PostgreSQL for
and production (running on OpenShift). But the choice of the database should be based on
or your current knowledge.
If you are going to set up Rails with PostgreSQL and run into problems, perhaps I can help
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sayth Renshaw" <flebber.crue(a)gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 2:16:22 PM
Subject: Using Fedora Ruby
I am learning Rails. Fedora has the best up to date Ruby and Rails packages.
When establishing a development environment should I be using Rbenv or Rvm on Fedora of
Is there any good advice you could give would you use Postgres or Maria etc.
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