SolengTech is release a production ready version of the GForge package to the community. The following section describes how to set up and run with a fully functional SolengTech GForge system.SolengTech GForge is available for IT installation consulting and/or support of GForge based on 5 years experiense and several production installations in Fortune 500 IT departments, as well as for SOHO firms.
This image is based on GForge 5.6 community edition vmware image consisting of:
This test image contains the Community Edition of GForge AS, which allows unlimited users and project members, but has some of the advanced features of GForge AS removed.
To use this vmware image, first install VMWARE, whether it's vmware workstation, server or player and open the gforge-ce-56-SolengTech directory in vmware.
You should allocate 768MB of RAM to the vmware image for best performance.
(README available in distribution with passwords. You MUST change these for security, and instructions are included.)
Set the hostname, and domain name.
You can then access your GForge using your browser by entering the IP Address into the URL bar.
service sendmail restart
service httpd restart
service mailman reload
And rebuild the gforge configuration cache:
From a browser, "http://gforgedemo/gf/my" to change gforgeadmin password.
Type "/usr/lib/mailman/bin/mmsitepass" to change the mailman site password.
From the root account, type vncpasswd to change the root vncserver password.
has a custom file format, and server glitches can lose virtual machine files.
While a snapshot can capture this, we've found it easier to backup files
through a mounted filesystem on a native host.
See /etc/fstab for examples.
You are now ready to use your GForge AS installation.