I'm constantly reinstalling my OS, not because I have problems with it, but because i'm constantly trying something new.

Remembering all the packages I needed to quickly get up and running was a pain. So awhile back, David made a script to easily install everything. A couple of things changed since then so I've updated it for anyone that is interested.

Its simple just copy this into a terminal.

curl -#L http://goo.gl/7bcjb | bash

I recommend that you always be skeptical of bash scripts that are downloaded off the tubes so feel free to look at it before you install.

It will install a bunch of packages, rvm, and ruby 2.

This should work on anything that supports apt.

Enjoy.

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Adam has worked with Isotope 11 for 4 years and has been a professional software developer for over 12 years. He has been lead developer on multiple Fortune 500 projects. He is the author of "Beginning Rails 4" which was published by Apress in September 2013.