Posts Tagged "gitlab"

Gitlab 4.0 on a Gentoo server, ~amd64, hardened w/ Apache.

Posted on Dec 29, 2012

Gitlab 4.0 on a Gentoo server, ~amd64, hardened w/ Apache.

The article about Gitlab on Ubuntu gets some views every day, so I guess it is an interesting subject -and it should be. GitLab is a great project. It could do with less RAM consumption and less frequent updates though, but I am only whining because I am using it and I am not going to uninstall it anytime soon. :p The thing is I am in love with Gentoo for many years now and my Ubuntu server was more like an one time thing. So I set to install Gitlab on my ~amd64 hardened Gentoo and log the process for anyone interested. It is a great time too since Gitlab recently reached version 4.0 with enhanced project management.   Update (9 July 2013): An excellent article for...

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GitLab on an Ubuntu 10.04 server with Apache

Posted on Jun 24, 2012

GitLab on an Ubuntu 10.04 server with Apache

Recently I saw the light, or something very bright at least, and decided it is time to use a central git repository to store my personal projects which span across many categories (code, documentation, translations, scripts, etc). Alas, as it usually is the case when you decide to change your workflow, you have to give it a bit more thought. The thing about personal projects, is that there are too many of them and none has a known or at least certain development timeline. I may work on my backup script (mrbStudio) today and touch it again after two years, when I’ll need a new feature. Thus, the need for project management: documentation, issues, code snippets, etc....

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