I also heard people say Ubunty is the best for Rails.
As for me, I as a very beginner, already installed Rails on Win 10 and then
will see how will it all work..

On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 1:56 PM, Mugurel Chirica <chirica.mugurel / gmail.com>
wrote:

> The best OS to use for Ruby if you are using Rails is the same OS as the
> server you are developing on to reduce the possibility to encounter
> incompatibility bugs.
>
> For example if you are using Ubuntu Server 16.04 for your
> production/staging environments your best bet is to choose Ubuntu Desktop
> 16.04.
>
> Another good option if you don't want/like Linux have a good machine or
> you are not using an IDE is to use Vagrant that has Ubuntu Server (or
> whatever you choose for your box) and you map a local folder to that server.
> That way you only run your console commands in your Vagrant box and you
> code in your host OS (which for example can be Windows).
>
> If you are starting and you want to get better and more skilled (but have
> to learn more and go through some growing pains) I would suggest to go with
> a Linux distro for your development environment, that way you will be well
> equipped to deal with server issues when those will appear.
>
> Cheers, Bud.
>
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