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First, install Redmine. Then follow the instructions for installing of any plungin into Redmine. The redmine_taskjuggler plugin is available here: https://github.com/chris2fr/redmine_taskjuggler Specically, here are the download links: https://github.com/chris2fr/redmine_taskjuggler/archive/master.zip https://github.com/chris2fr/redmine_taskjuggler/archive/master.tar.gz Here is the clone line if you have a GitHub link git clone email@example.com:chris2fr/redmine_taskjuggler.git So, here is what you do. cd into your Redmine directory. On my demo server that would be cd /opt/redmine/redmine-3.4.3/plugins/. The README says “Put your Redmine plugins here.
This howto describes how to set up the Taskjuggler server daemon on Ubuntu. by Alexey Lukomskiy firstname.lastname@example.org and Christopher Mann email@example.com Introduction “Taskjuggler”:http://www.taskjuggler.org is release-planning and budget calculation open-source software. Once installed, Taskjuggler can be run from a command-line with the command “tj3” on Linux, Mac and Windows. TJ3 takes a Taskjuggler project file and includes as input and outputs varios reports in HTML, CSV, OpenWorkbench, and Microsoft Project.
The Bitnami distributions of Redmine are available here: https://bitnami.com/stack/redmine/installer at the time of this writing, the installer bitnami-redmine-2.6.0-3-windows-installer.exe is about 200 Mb and took me, Christopher Mann, an hour to download. Download the corresponding package for your environment. Then follow the indications here: http://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/How_to_install_Redmine_in_Linux_Windows_and_OS_X_using_BitNami_Redmine_Stack The standard Redmine installation doc is here, but we do not need it actually: http://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/RedmineInstall Here is what happened during the setup wizard: There is a dialog durring my installation saying that my anti-virus will slow down my installation and that I should visit https://bitnami.