Episode #361 – Ubuntu Desktop

Ubuntu is an open source software operating system that offers a great development experience and can run on most x86/amd64 systems. In this episode, we set up our Ruby on Rails development environment on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish. https://www.driftingruby.com/episodes/ubuntu-desktop

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3 thoughts on “Episode #361 – Ubuntu Desktop

  1. instead of loading rvm with `source` edit terminal settings and check the "Run command as login shell`
    this will then load the ~/.bashrc file that bootstraps rvm (also nvm and others)
    with vscode. use login shell for its termainal as well

    also use ~/ instead of /home/$(whoami) this is because you might not be using the /home directory …. ~/ is a unix shortcut to home

    its best to use NVM instead of using node repo. this way your project can dictate the node version just like RVM does for ruby

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