Cedric, something else to consider. The Linux version will likely have a
version of Ruby that you can install as a part of the package manager. Look
at the currently supported Ruby versions to ensure you're in that group.
You may, if you enjoy Ruby, want to compile a newer version than what the
OS natively provides.

Someone else said it well though; if you are going to put code on a server
you do not control, pick that OS and version of Ruby, no matter what. Being
"new and shiny" won't help if you code doesn't work.

Leam


On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 10:49 AM, Cdric <ruby / e-solutions.re> wrote:

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