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BitNami Trac Stack now in your preferred language!

Trac 0.12 release (named 'Babel') introduced i18n and offered the user interface translated in a dozen of languages provided that Babel package is installed. Well, we are glad of announce that our just released version of BitNami Trac Stack includes Trac 0.12.2 and Babel package what will make you to benefit of this great new feature of Trac in just a few clicks. Once BitNami Trac Stack is installed you just need to login and set your language setting in 'Preferences' in the Trac admin console. For a full list of changes in the new Trac version check We ... more

Feb 18, 2011 | Tags: Wiki, Bug Tracking

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BitNami Cloud Hosting Now Available!

After several months in private beta, we're excited to announce that BitNami Cloud Hosting is now available! BitNami Cloud Hosting simplifies the process of deploying and managing open source and other applications in the cloud. BitNami Cloud Hosting offers: One-click Application Deployment: Launch servers with one or more applications or development stacks from the BitNami library in one click. Currently available applications include: SugarCRM, Alfresco, JasperServer, Drupal, Wordpress and many others. You can view a list at: Automatic Backups and One Click Server Restores: BitNami Cloud Hosting offers automated backups that can be scheduled to occur hourly, daily or ... more

Feb 07, 2011 | Tags: Apache HTTP Server, AWS, Blog, Bug Tracking, Business Intelligence, Cloud, CMS, Collaboration, CRM, e-Commerce, ECM, eLearning, Help Desk, Hosting, Infrastructure, Java, MySQL, Photo Sharing, PHP, Planning, Portal Server, Project Management, Ruby on Rails, Wiki

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How to backup and update the BitNami Redmine Stack

*Updated 2010-05-18* Added steps to upgrade the whole stack and other small updates related to Redmine 0.9.x A lot of BitNami users have asked in our forums how to create a backup or update Redmine. We have compiled all questions and solutions in this post to facilitate this task for other BitNami users. Although this post is based on the BitNami Redmine Stack, some of these solutions are valid for other BitNami applications. Throughout the article, we will use the _installdir_ term to refer us to the installation directory. On Linux it is usually "/home/redmine-_version_" when installed as a regular ... more

Sep 14, 2009 | Tags: MySQL, Ruby on Rails, Bug Tracking, Version Control

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