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Ruby Encoder Steps

List Of steps for RubyEncoder

1)Downlolad the
https://www.rubyencoder.com/profile.html -> Or else we can download in this link also
2)Copy above file in this directory -> /usr/local/bin  (RubyEncoder-2.2-Evaluation-Linux-x86_64-Install)
3)Give the permissions chmod 755 RubyEncoder-2.2-Evaluation-Linux-x86_64-Install
4)Run the RubyEncoder-2.2-Evaluation-Linux-x86_64-Install command
5)Open Existing Project
  i)Add button click
  ii)Choose for destination
  iii)Click on encode button
  iv)select the platform which one we want to encode
    1)FreeBSD
    2)Linux
    3)Windows
    4)Macos x
 6)Set the destination folder.
 7)Click on install button.

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