If you’re planning to run Rails applications on Nginx using Phusion Passenger, and do it on Ubuntu Linux, here’s what needs to be done.
Even though there’s Ubuntu nginx package available (which works perfectly when you’re running PHP apps using FCGI), if you want to take into use Phusion Passenger, you’ll need to recompile Nginx from sources.
Instructions below were verified on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) Server Edition.
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The 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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