I need to run some Ruby scripts on my Raspberry Pi, so I decided to go about installing Ruby using RVM. After booting up my Pi, I connected to it via SSH and proceeded to install Git, RVM and Ruby.
Before you start, the installation of RVM and Ruby look almost 2 hours on my Pi, so be prepared for a long wait.
Boot up your Raspberry Pi
Install Git and dependencies on your Pi
- Install RVM and the latest stable version of Ruby. At the time of writing, this was ruby-2.0.0-p0.
Almost two hours later, RVM and Ruby 2.0.0 is installed.
To load RVM into the current shell you’ll need to run the following command, relative to your install