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Jan Niggemann ( team member), 2013-01-23 14:43



Last updated: 2013-01-22

After reading this guide you should have a working redmine instance.
If this is not the case or if a step fails, please post details on the forums and refer to this wiki page. Make sure to include the output of gem env and / or RAILS_ENV=production /opt/redmine/script/about.
If this guide has issues, please contact me or correct it yourself.

About this guide

This is a step-by-step guide to install redmine on "Debian stable" (called Squeeze at the moment of writing).
It is written for people who are familiar with Debian, the shell, MySQL, Apache and Linux in general.
To keep this guide short, it does not explain every step in detail, but

The filenames and paths in this document are subject to frequent change. I'll do my best to keep them up-to-date, but please check anyway.

Please note: I'm assuming that you know how to use the tools at hand. If that's not the case (eg. you don't know how to create a new database or you don't know how to restart apache) please use the search engine of your choice and come back afterwards.

Chapter 1: Install ruby, rails, gems and passenger

Chapter 2: Install redmine

Chapter 3: Configure apache and passenger

In this guide, we deploy to a sub-URI. Read other guides if you want a name-based virtual host configuration.