Ruby on Rails LiveCD Linux Distribution

Since this is a development environment, I'd rather see the MySQL GUI
tools, even if it means leaving out Apache and phpMyAdmin.
-Larry

The Textmate templates for radrails and jedit could be nice

http://devillecompanies.org/2006/10/08/radrails-textmate-templates/

Also there are emacs config files for editing ruby code, which I could never get working on my own…

http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/HowToUseEmacsWithRails

And Ie4Linux:

I haven’t tried this but it would be nice to have to avoid having to switch back and forth between windows, if its as good as it sounds that is…

http://www.tatanka.com.br/ies4linux/page/Main_Page

And maybe SWIG, for when you need to build some hardcore extensions

http://www.swig.org/

Is it possible to preinstall firefox extensions on these?

Firebug, Web Developers Toolbar, CSSViewer, JSView

-Sidney

It would be nice to have MySQL Query browser and Zentest. Also include Mongrel if it's not there
already.

I didn't see emacs on the original list. I would put my vote in for
emacs and xemacs.

Forrest

+1 for the Firefox extensions, in particular Firebug and WebDev
toolbar. I can't handle doing any ajax development without firebug
open anymore.

- Rob