How to Install Ruby on Rails on Raspberry Pi 3

Type the following command into the Terminal window, once you’ve connected via SSH.

If you come across a 404 Error, you’ll likely need to update the package index, and this can be done using the following command.

Whilst you’re already getting the required packages, you’ll need to retrieve the SSL package, SQL database package, and more.

Open up the RVM, straight from its repository on GitHub. ( sudo gpg2 –recv-keys 409B6B1796C275462A1703113804BB82D39DC0E3)

Once you’ve successfully installed the required packages, and have opened up the RVM, it’s recommended that you run a script, just so that you can enable Ruby.

You should now have successfully installed Ruby, and Rails. You can test for Ruby by typing the following command.

If installed correctly, you’ll see a message confirming which version of Ruby is installed, when it was produced, and what it’s using in order to work correctly.

You can also test for Rails by typing in the following command.