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1. Verify Ruby Installation:
$ ruby -v
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*If you do not see `ruby 1.9.x` printed, we suggest installing [RVM](http://rvm.io) to manage Ruby versions.*
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2. Install the postgres gem at the command prompt:
- $ gem install pg
+ $ gem install pg
3. Create a postgres database at the command prompt:
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4. Install Helios at the command prompt:
- $ gem install helios
+ `$ gem install helios`
5. Create a new Helios application:
- $ helios new myapp
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+ `$ helios new myapp`
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6. Change directory to `myapp`
- $ cd myapp
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+ `$ cd myapp`
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7. Create a `.env` file and specify the database to use. Replace `$USER` with your username.
- $ echo 'DATABASE_URL=postgres://$USER@localhost/myapp_db' >> .env;
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+ `$ echo 'DATABASE_URL=postgres://$USER@localhost/myapp_db' >> .env`
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*If you don't know your username, simply type `whoami` into your command prompt*
8. Start the web server:
- $ helios server
+ `$ helios server`
9. Go to [http://localhost:5000/admin](http://localhost:5000/admin) and you’ll see your app's Web UI
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