If you have been looking for an open-source lightweight and web-based project management and issue tracking tools, then you found Redmine and now you want to host your own Redmine server on a CentOS 8 VPS? You’re in luck – this tutorial will cover everything you need to get a Redmine instance started on your CentOS 8 VPS as quickly as possible. From installing Ruby to setting up WEBrick, everything is covered.
Redmine is an open-source web-based project management tool that can be self-hosted on a VPS. Written in Ruby, Redmine is made to be cross-platform and cross-database compatible. It enables teams to set up multiple projects, wikis, forums, and even time tracking systems. And as for visuals, it supports the Gantt chart and calendar system. Another great feature is its built-in third-party plugin support which makes it more robust and extendable, allowing Redmine to change its feature set to work best for your needs. Let’s get started with the installation.