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I want to know how to install the unicorn on ubuntu 10.04 and configure it and compile the source code and run the validation on console version

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closed as not a real question by MikeyB, Holocryptic, Iain, Zypher Jul 27 '11 at 20:30

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Welcome to SO. As per the FAQ this isn't a "real" question as you are asking how to achieve an entire process which you could easily find out how to do yourself. If, however, you are stuck with a specific part of the process that we can answer, we'd be glad to help. Might I suggest you refine your question specifying which bits you have trouble with? Which part isn't working? What don't you understand? As it stands, this question will be closed. – user32616 Aug 12 '10 at 12:57
Please post a specific question. :) – Topera Aug 12 '10 at 13:05

I recommend using Brandon Tilley's guide to serving Rails Apps with RVM, Nginx, Unicorn, and Upstart.

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gem install unicorn doesn't work? (or sudo gem install unicorn if installing to system gems)

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Make sure you have make before installing the gem.

sudo apt-get install make

sudo gem install unicorn

the kgio gem requires make.

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