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Revision 3 (Manuel Jesús Recena Soto, 2011-12-26 17:29) → Revision 4/16 (mark edwards, 2013-11-06 01:43)

h1. Redmine Appliance 

 Manual installation of Redmine can be painful and time consuming, especially for users lacking technical proficiency. Many users find that using a pre-integrated "software appliance": is an easier way to get up and running with Redmine, especially in combination with virtual machine software (e.g., VMWare, VirtualBox, Xen HVM, KVM). 

 A software appliance is a pre-packaged server that allows users to skip manual installation of Redmine and its dependencies, and instead deploy a self-contained, ready-to-use system that requires little to no setup. 

 * "TurnKey Redmine": free lightweight Ubuntu-based appliance that just works. Deploys in minutes to a virtual machine, bare metal or in the cloud. Part of the "TurnKey Linux Virtual Appliance Library": 
 * "Bitnami Redmine Stack": An installer that deploys Redmine natively on all major operating systems. Also deploys as a virtual machine and in the cloud. 
 * "Clinker Virtual Appliance": Integrated Software Development Ecosystem. Based on Open Source tools like Subversion, Redmine, Jenkins, Nexus and Sonar. 
 * " - Redmine in a shoebox": Server hardware preloaded with redmine (mysql) for small business.