cat >> /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://lsed.sourceforge.net/ruby/ debs/
deb-src http://lsed.sourceforge.net/ruby/ deb-src/
^D
   
apt-get update

To install freeride 0.5.0rc2:

	apt-get install freeride

This will take care of all needed dependencies, automatically.

Moreover, you can run freeride with either ruby 1.6 or 1.7.
If you want do so, type
	apt-get install freeride-base1.6 freeride-base1.7
The command to run freeride with ruby 1.6 is 'freeride'
                                 ruby 1.7 => 'freeride1.7'

You can also build the packages locally, as in 
	apt-get -b source freeride
# => fetches source and builds the deb file locally

This is the recommended way to get binaries for other platforms (any of
the 11 currently supported by Debian; cross-check compatibility with
Ruby and FOX).


These are the available packages:
freeride 		0.5.0rc2-2
libfox1.0		1.0.36-1
libfxscintilla1 	1.51-1
libfox-ruby		1.0.21-1
libfox-ruby1.7		1.0.21-1
libfox1.0-dev		1.0.36-1
libfox1.0-doc		1.0.36-1
libripper-ruby		0.0.5-1
libripper-ruby1.7	0.0.5-1		
(some more uninteresting packages skipped :)


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