Ruby is installed on most Linux distributions by default. However, you can follow the steps below to determine if Ruby is installed and, if not, install the Ruby interpreter on your Linux computer.
For an Ubuntu-based distribution, follow the following procedure to verify whether you have Ruby installed, and if not, to install it.
sudo apt-get install ruby-full
Open a text editor and save the following as test.rb.
ruby puts "Hello world!"
In the terminal window, change directory to the directory where you saved test.rb. Run the command
chmod +x test.rb
, then run the command
You should see the message Hello world! displayed if Ruby is installed correctly
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