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I'm a Business Administration Master's student from the Netherlands with a passion for typography, web design and web development. In addition to that I'm a fanatic Linux explorer. I know basic HTML, CSS, a bit of PHP and I'm currently eagerly learning Ruby on Rails.

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Set Up An Ubuntu Local Development Machine For Ruby On Rails

So, you want to develop Ruby on Rails applications? While loads of (introductory) tutorials are available for developing Ruby on Rails applications, there seems to be some uncertainty about setting up a lean and up-to-date local development environment.

Set Up An Ubuntu Local Development Machine For Ruby On Rails

This tutorial will guide you through the steps of setting up an Ubuntu local development machine for Ruby on Rails. Part 2 of this tutorial, which will be published here later, will help you through the steps to set up an Ubuntu VPS. For now, knowing that VPS stands for virtual private server is sufficient. It will be able to host your newly developed Ruby on Rails applications. But let’s focus on the local development machine first.

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