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Install Rhodecode and Redmine

***this post is a work in progress***

The goal is to get Rhodecode and Redmine up and running, both serving over https, and authentication and authorization to be integrated via LDAPS into Active Directory.

I have read installation docs and reviewed several more resources, including deeper documentation, interacted on IRC and researched elsewhere. I have written this from the perspective of what I am doing has been reviewed several times, and implemented three times (once in development, once straight through in QA and once for prod).  It is of high integrity.

That means you don’t need to worry…

Check out the root WordPress “Page” for this project.


  1. Andy
    October 21, 2011 at 10:02 am

    Thanks for this so far. I’m looking forward to further posts on getting Redmine active and integrating the two.

    • October 21, 2011 at 11:05 am

      I’ll definitely complete this, and not let it falter, as it’s for work (of course).

      Right now, I’m facing issues with python-ldap requiring openldap client libs 2.4.11, which can’t be built with the versions of some libs that are installed on CentOS5. The older libs that exist are used by other packages, so if they are replaced, they will likely break future updates. I’ll post updates when I make solid, tangible progress. For sure expect the post completed within the next one-two months (likely much less, but I don’t want over promise).

  2. anton
    October 25, 2011 at 6:32 am

    Likewise, looking forward to the rest of this post!

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