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Upgrading GitLab with external PostgreSQL

If you’ve migrated from the internal PostgreSQL instance to an external one, you’ll see something like this, when trying to update: [[email protected] ~]# yum update Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, post-transaction-actions Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: ftp.foobar.org * extras: ftp.foobar.org * updates: ftp.foobar.org gitlab_gitlab-ce/x86_64/signature | 836 B 00:00:00 gitlab_gitlab-ce/x86_64/signature | 1.0 kB 00:00:00 !!! […]

Redmine 3 on CentOS 7

Now that Redmine 3 has been released, it’s time to upgrade, right? Remember installing Redmine 2 on CentOS 7? The good news is that the procedure remains almost identical. You only need to make 2 adjustments. The first thing is that Redmine 3 adds a few new gems which in turn also add a few […]

Original Xbox Tricks

Preamble Modding a gaming console means you make some changes to its system. This usually boils down to running pirated games, but there’s much more to it. For example the original, unaltered Xbox only allows you to run games from the DVD which is waaay too slow and inconvenient compared to the hard drive. Also, […]

Installing, Migrating & Upgrading Redmine with LDAP on Ubuntu

Preamble Note for CentOS users: please refer to my more recent guide, Redmine on CentOS 7 This article will guide you through the installation, migration and upgrading of a Redmine instance on Ubuntu Server 13.10. The article’ll also explain how to switch from an SQLite database backend to PostgreSQL. For authentication we’ll be using LDAP. […]