Installing Rust can be as easy as pulling down an installer and double clicking. For developers working with more complex tools or who need to build unsafe C/C++ libraries from source, there’s a little bit of extra work that needs to be done, but it’s nothing that a savvy person can’t handle.
Throughout this whole process, make sure you keep installing the right version of libraries – Rust is currently 64-bit only for MSVC. You’ll get bizarro errors at various points if you mess up and try to use 32-bit libraries or prereqs with Rust. Trust me.
Rust, commonly known as Rust-Lang, is a system programming language that is developed by Mozilla and backed by LLVM. Rust is known for preventing program crashes, memory leaks, and data races before it is compiled into binary, thus creating a highly-productive and stable programming environment. This article will show you how to install Rust onto Ubuntu 14.04 x64, 16.04 x64 and Fedora box.
Let’s setup on Ubuntu :
Open terminal and run the following commands to ensure that package source list is upto date and also install curl
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