The Bitnami distributions of Redmine are available here:
at the time of this writing, the installer bitnami-redmine-2.6.0-3-windows-installer.exe is about 200 Mb and took me, Christopher Mann, an hour to download.
Download the corresponding package for your environment.
Then follow the indications here:
The standard Redmine installation doc is here, but we do not need it actually:
Here is what happened during the setup wizard:
- There is a dialog durring my installation saying that my anti-virus will slow down my installation and that I should visit https://bitnami.com/antivirus for more info. This leads to a page here https://wiki.bitnami.com/Native_Installers_Quick_Start_Guide/Antivirus asking for opening of the following ports 800, 443, 33069 5432, 8080, 8005, 8009, 3001, 3002, 8100, 3690, and 8983. Let's move on.
- In the dialog box for installation components, I unclicked Subversion, Git, and PhpMyAdmin, leaving only DevKit and Redmine.
- In the dialog box for target directory, I choose D:Bitnamiredmine-2.6, but that is a matter of choice.
- The admin user I choose had my real name and email, but admin:minad as a login and password.
- No email support
At the end of the setup wizard, I would have liked a recapitulative statement of my configuration but did not have one.
The installation process took about a half hour. I had to authorize the Apache server manually.
The redmine installation is then here:
Therefore, I checked out directly the originmaster here:
Note, bitnami seems to use the database "production"
The README.txt at D:Bitnamiredmine-2.6,README.txt is quite well done.
To open an environnment, I think one needs to simply launch D:Bitnamiredmine-2.6,use_redmine.bat
I then installed the plugin with the following command:
D:\Bitnami\redmine-2.6\apps\redmine\htdocs>bundle exec rake redmine:plugins:migrate RAILS_ENV=production
and restarted the servers with the restart interface in the Bitnami graphical manager.