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h1. Download 

 h2. Latest stable release: 0.8.7 (2009-11-15) 

 Redmine source code releases can be downloaded at "RubyForge": See the [[Changelog]] for details and [[RedmineInstall]] for installation instructions. 

 You may also want to try one of the [[Download#Third-party-Redmine-bundles|third-party [[Download#Third-party Redmine bundles|third-party Redmine bundles]] below.  

 h2. Latest source code 

 You can get the latest source code of Redmine from the Subversion repository hosted at Rubyforge: 

 * the repository URL is: 

 or from the git mirror: 

 * the repository URL is: 

 This is the prefered way to get Redmine if you want to benefit from the latest improvements and be able to upgrade easily. 

 h3. Development 

 You can [[CheckingoutRedmine|checkout]] the latest development source from the trunk with one of the following commands: 

 svn co redmine 
 svn co svn:// redmine 

 or, from the git mirror: 
 git clone git:// 

 h3. 0.8 Stable 

 You can [[CheckingoutRedmine|checkout]] the latest stable source with one of the following commands: 

 svn co redmine-0.8 
 svn co svn:// redmine-0.8 

 It will create a directory named @redmine-0.8@ and you'll be able to update your Redmine copy using @svn update@ in this directory. 

 h2. Third-party Redmine bundles 

 * "TurnKey Redmine Appliance": - Provide a free lightweight Ubuntu-based Redmine appliance and cloud image. Part of the "TurnKey Linux Virtual Appliance Library": 

 * "BitNami Redmine Stack": – Provide an all-in-one installer and free virtual machines and cloud images for Redmine. 

 h2. Troubleshooting 

 If you get this error when trying to checkout the source: 

   "PROPFIND 200 OK" error 

 Please contact your network administrator and ask him to enable WebDAV extension in your proxy.