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important <<-MARKDOWN
  These steps apply to **Ubuntu Linux** only. If you are using some other flavor of Linux, get help from a TA.
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message <<-MARKDOWN
You will need sudo access in order to complete these directions (The first user account has this by default).
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step "Install packaged software and libraries" do
  message <<-MARKDOWN
Open a terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal).  You may want to right-click on the terminal icon and select "Add to panel" so the icon will appear next to the default help and Firefox icons in the top panel.
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  apts = %w{
    autoconf
    automake
    bison
    build-essential
    curl
    git-core
    libapr1
    libaprutil1
    libc6-dev
    libltdl-dev
    libreadline6
    libreadline6-dev
    libsqlite3-0
    libsqlite3-dev
    libssl-dev
    libtool
    libxml2-dev
    libxslt-dev
    libxslt1-dev
    libyaml-dev
    ncurses-dev
    nodejs
    openssl
    sqlite3
    zlib1g
    zlib1g-dev
  }

  console "sudo apt-get install #{apts.join(' ')}"

  important <<-MARKDOWN
    If you get an error during `apt-get` resembling

    `Failed to fetch cdrom://Ubuntu`...

    it is because `apt-get` is trying to install packages from your Ubuntu install CD. If you don't have that CD on hand, you can try disabling it as a package source by following this Stack Overflow post:

    http://askubuntu.com/questions/125111/failed-to-download-repository-information-due-to-missing-cdrom
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end

step "Install git" do
  console "sudo apt-get install git"

  message "If this results in an error, you should be ok, as the prior step should have installed `git-core`"
end

step "Install RVM" do
  important do
    message "If you're using Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 14.04 or the latest version of Mint, ensure that the Run command as login shell option is checked under the Title and Command tab in Profile Preferences (located in Terminal's Edit menu). After changing this setting, you may need to exit your console session and start a new one before the changes take effect."
    img src: 'img/railsbridge_ubuntu12-checkbox.png', alt: "Ubuntu 12.04 terminal settings"
  end
  insert "install_rvm"
end

step "Install Ruby" do
  insert "install_ruby"
end

step "Install Rails" do
  message "Using a terminal again, execute the following command to install rails."

  console "gem install rails"
end

step "Atom" do
  message <<-MARKDOWN

If you don't have a preferred code editor, you can install Atom.

Checkout this section of the [Atom manual](http://flight-manual.atom.io/getting-started/sections/installing-atom/#platform-linux) for the latest instructions.
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end

next_step "configure_git"