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Monday, June 19, 2006

Second release (Now with Bugzilla)

The second release of DevInfraNix is now publicly available. It took a good bit of work to get Bugzilla to play along, but after a lot of trial and error I have it working on first boot. You'll be prompted to create admin credentials on first boot. Here are the defaults I used for the Bugzilla install:

  • MySQL DB: 'bugs'
  • MySQL DB User: 'bugs'
  • URL: 'http://<server>/bugs'

Check out the link in my prior post for some good info on how to integrate the tools provided by DevInfraNix together. I hope to eventually get the initial DevInfraNix settings to a point where the integration described is default functionality.


At 11:01 AM, Blogger Jake Stevenson said...

Thank you very much for getting this started. I can't wait to see this progress.

At 3:31 PM, Blogger WhoopJack said...

Your very welcome;) I hope people find it as useful as I do. I also wish I had more time to dedicate to perfecting it, although it works quite well in its current state. I've been juggling three of my own development projects and am using a copy of the DevInfraNix image to support each one. It really makes starting a new project easier by having all of these tools setup right from the beginning. I also have grown to liking the conary update system for piecing other parts on with a command as simple as something like "conary update phpMyAdmin" then shazzam, you have phpMyAdmin installed and working for admin of your databases.

At 6:30 AM, Blogger Mike Causer said...

Looks good! Would it be possible to make the virtual disk larger? 4gb seems rather limited. maximum size of 20-50gb should just about do it.

At 2:12 AM, Blogger Sid said...

Is this still being worked on? I'm interested in building a box with SVN/Bugzilla/Wiki/Wordpress/Tomcat, and was curious if you were planning on releasing more =)

Great job so far!


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