Easy deploy of ruby in a VM

I was recently discussing with rsinger and others on the #code4lib IRC channel, the barrier presented by having to get a ruby/rails stack up to library folks  who want to try open source software (like Umlaut!) that runs on ruby/rails.

Just noticed this product: Bitnami Rubystack.

Haven’t tried it yet myself, but the rubyflow posting referenced above claims it offers close to one-click install  with ruby, rails, passenger, rvm, and all the other basics you’d need — native install OR in a VM, on linux, OSX, Windows, OR the Amazon cloud.  Some option of which should work for just about anyone.

If it works as well as it says, then once you’ve got your stack in a VM, getting Umlaut going following Umlaut’s installation instructions should (hopefully, let me know if not) be a snap.

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