Virtualmin Professional Installable Applications - Redmine


Very nice job for your virtualmin ;) I have buy a pro license and an extension to 50 server today because I need to install owncloud and redmine.

But redmine is in the list of installable applications on your site but not in the list of virtualmin.

Can you help me please ? because I have buy for 199$ to have this 2 applications and I can just install one.

P.S : Sorry for my bad english but I'm French

Best Regards



Howdy -- Redmine is a bit of a special case. And unfortunately, this comes with some bad news (please note though, if you find that Virtualmin doesn't do what you want, it's no problem to give you a refund).

We did indeed support some earlier versions of Redmine -- the 1,x branch.

Due to the large number of fast-changing dependencies that Redmine uses, that was very difficult for us to get working on our supported distributions.

We did support it then, but it proved to be very problematic for a lot of people.

However, the 2.x branch proved even more difficult, and we had to remove support for Redmine at that point. It was just too difficult to get it reliably running on a stock version of CentOS, Ubuntu, or Debian.

As much as we would like to support it, I don't believe we will be able to do that in the near future.

Now that the 1.x branch of Redmine is no longer current, it looks like we may need to remove Redmine from our list of Install Scripts.

If Redmine is the primary reason you purchased Virtualmin, we apologize for the inconvenience.

If you would like a refund for your Virtualmin purchases, we will gladly provide that.

Thanks a lot for your fast reply and for the reasons of remove this script installation. Thanks too to take in consideration my problem, I will check faster if I keep this pro license and extension.

Best Regards


Do you have plan to add the support for Redmine in the future?

Unfortunately, due to the reasons described in comment #1 above, we're unlikely to offer support for Redmine any time soon.

We tried it for awhile, and it just didn't work... the dependencies changed too quickly, and it ended up requiring dependencies that weren't available with most distributions.