Setting up your own git server on Ubuntu

This will create a new user ‘gitosis’ and prepare a structure for repositories in /srv/gitosis. Now let’s initialize a gitosis-admin repo – it is used for managing repositories and access

Of course there’s always an option to use github. And if you’re working on an open source project, or want to concentrate on coding and not system administration, github is a lot better option than setting up and managing your own git server (I’ve been so impressed by @defunkt‘s presentation on #frozenrails, that started recommending github to everyone 🙂 But if you already pay for a virtual machine somewhere (like Linode), then setting up your own git server might be a viable option, especially that it is sooo easy.

The following instructions have been verified on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, but should work at least on Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10 just as well.

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Setting up Ruby, Rails, Git and Redmine on Dreamhost

Git, RedMine, Ruby, Rails on DreamhostThe task is to have:
– Redmine installation on redmine.mydomain.com
– Several Git repositories on git.mydomain.com with different access rights to each one

This proved to be a non-trivial task. There is a number of tutorials on the net, but none of them described the full solution. So after getting it all to work, I decided to share all the tips and tricks. Feel free to comment, if you will find problems with the following set of instructions.
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