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* [[Apache web server]] points to <code>/usr/share/redmine/public</code>
 
* [[Apache web server]] points to <code>/usr/share/redmine/public</code>
** RAF is therefore <code>/usr/share/redmine</code>.
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** RAF is therefore <code>/usr/share/redmine/</code>.
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** Note that although Apache leaves off the trailing slash, "public" is in fact a folder.
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==Contents==
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* '''public/''' -- web site (public html) -- your [[web server]] configuration should point to this
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* '''The [[Gemfile]]'''

Latest revision as of 19:38, 8 September 2019

The Redmine application folder (RAF) is the folder where most of Redmine resides, including the executable code. Redmine's code is written in such a way that the same code folders can be used to run multiple instances, via use of external configuration files (exact details are yet to be determined).

One way to determine this is to look at the web server configuration on your old server and determine where it is expecting to see public HTML files. The RAF will be one level above that.

Example:

  • Apache web server points to /usr/share/redmine/public
    • RAF is therefore /usr/share/redmine/.
    • Note that although Apache leaves off the trailing slash, "public" is in fact a folder.

Contents

  • public/ -- web site (public html) -- your web server configuration should point to this
  • The Gemfile