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Nicolas Chuche, 2007-11-18 20:04
preparation before adding howtos on mod_perl auth

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h1. HowTos
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h2. Customizing Redmine
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[[HowTo translate Redmine in your own language]]
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[[HowTo create a custom Redmine theme]]
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h2. Installation and setup
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[[HowTo run Redmine with a Mongrel cluster]]
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[[HowTo configure Redmine to mail to MS Exchange server]]
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h2. Advanced Subversion integration
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Those HowTos are intended for those who want to automate SVN repositories creation and rights management. They require some system administration skills.
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They are useless for those who simply want to browse existing repositories from within Redmine (like "this": To do so, make
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sure that the svn binaries are installed on the Redmine host and go to the project settings to configure the path to the repository.
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There's basically two way (for the moment) : using apache/mod_dav_svn/mod_perl and using pam modules (the historical one).
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Basically, the first way is handled only by apache/mod_dav_svn and mod_perl, it should work on windows and unix. You need moderate apache skills.
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The second way means configuring pam modules to allow project members read/write access, svnserve to allow anonymous users to read public projects and apache/mod_dav to allow redmine browsing. It works only on unix with pam modules. You need quite some large sysadmin skills.
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The first way is far simpler and faster to configure and, unless you have very big repositories, many repositories or you really don't want to use mod_perl, is the best way (at least imho).
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To follow the prefered first way:
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[[Automating repository creation]]
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[[Repositories access control with apache/mod_dav/mod_perl]]
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If you want to follow the hard way:
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[[HowTo to handle SVN repositories creation and access control with Redmine]]