xaizek / rocketgit (License: AGPLv3+) (since 2018-12-09)
Light and fast Git hosting solution suitable to serve both as a hub or as a personal code storage with its tickets, pull requests, API and much more.
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rocketgit.spec.in 100644 3,890B
spell_check.sh 100755 256B

== About ==
. Website: http://kernel.embedromix.ro/us/
. Author: Catalin(ux) M. BOIE
. Description: Light and fast Git hosting solution
. License: Affero GPLv3+
. Language: PHP (plans to rewrite in C in the near future)
. Database: PostgreSQL
. Project start date: 2011-03-04

== Features ==
. Free software
. No Java
. No Javascript
. Upgrades with the standard tools of the distributions
. Very little dependencies, all packaged in main-stream distributions
. SELinux friendly
. Very small (RPM is around 300KiB)
. IPv6 ready
. Internationalization ready

== Install ==
. Edit /etc/rocketgit/config.php
. Edit /etc/rocketgit/php-fpm.conf
. Edit /etc/rocketgit/pool.conf
. Edit /etc/httpd/conf.d/rocketgit.conf
. Activate rocketgit php-fpm:
	systemd based distributions:
		# systemctl enable rocketgit-fpm
		# systemctl start rocketgit-fpm
		# chkconfig rocketgit-fpm on
		# service rocketgit-fpm start

	Adjust php.ini to:
		- allow enough RAM and execution time
		- fix timezone
	You may want to activate an op cache to speed up the PHP scripts:
		# Only on Fedora/CentOS based distributions
		yum/dnf install php-opcache
	Also, we recommend to activate opcache also for cli:
	change opcache.enable_cli to 1 in /etc/php.d/10-opcache.ini or

. Activate web server (apache)
	systemd based distributions:
		# systemctl enable httpd.service
		# systemctl restart httpd.service
		# chkconfig httpd on
		# service httpd restart

. Activate sshd (for ssh:// access)
	systemd based distributions:
		# systemctl enable sshd.service
		# systemctl start sshd.service
		# chkconfig sshd on
		# service sshd restart

. Activate xinetd (for git:// access)
	systemd based distributions:
		# systemctl enable xinetd.service
		# systemctl start xinetd.service
		# chkconfig xinetd on
		# service xinetd restart

. Configure PostgreSQL server
		# systemctl enable postgresql.service
		# export PGSETUP_INITDB_OPTIONS="--data-checksums" # recommended
		# postgresql-setup --initdb # (TAKE CARE! YOU MAY DESTROY ALL YOUR DATA!)
		# systemctl start postgresql.service
		# chkconfig postgresql on
		# service postgresql initdb
		# service postgresql start

. Create a PostgreSQL user and database
	# su - postgres
	$ createuser --createdb --no-createrole --no-superuser rocketgit
	$ createdb -O rocketgit rocketgit

. Allow access to PostgreSQL and restart:
	Add the following lines, before wildcard matches, in
	local	rocketgit	rocketgit			trust
	host 	rocketgit	rocketgit	trust
	host 	rocketgit	rocketgit	::1/128		trust

	systemd based distributions:
		# systemctl reload postgresql.service
		# service postgresql reload

	- Check also the config file (/etc/rocketgit/config.php) and set
	correctly the rg_sql string.
	- If the web server and the db are not on the same host, you need to
	replace and ::1 with your "safe network". You may want to use
	md5 for authentication. Also, you may want to change 'listen_addresses'
	to '*'. You may also want to activate SSL.

. Mail
	To be able to generate e-mails as other user, you have to:
	For sendmail:
		- Enable daemon:
			systemd based distributions: systemctl enable sendmail.service
			RedHat/CentOS/Oracle: chkconfig sendmail on
		- Edit /etc/mail/trusted-users and add 'rocketgit' and 'apache'.
		- Restart daemon:
			systemd based distributions: systemctl restart sendmail.service
			RedHat/CentOS/Oracle: service sendmail restart

. Edit firewall to permit ssh, git, http and https ports
	In /etc/sysconfig/iptables (IPv4) and ip6tables (IPv6), add something
	like this:
	-A INPUT -m tcp -p tcp --dport ssh -j ACCEPT
	-A INPUT -m tcp -p tcp --dport git -j ACCEPT
	-A INPUT -m tcp -p tcp --dport http -j ACCEPT
	-A INPUT -m tcp -p tcp --dport https -j ACCEPT

. Point your browser to the newly created server and you will be asked to
	create the admin account.

. As admin user, go to Admin -> Settings and check if any setting should be

. You may want to install 'qrencode' package to be able to be able to see the
	two-factor authentication keys as QR images.

== Thanks ==
. Special thanks to my family that supports me in this project.
. Special thanks to my brother that contributed brain and time to this project.
. Special thanks to git people for the best tool to manage the sources.
. Special thanks to Petre Bandac for free hosting of rg2 server.
. Special thanks to a lot of people that came with suggestions.
. Special thanks to gitosys, Gitorious and other projects from where I learned
. Special thanks to OWASP for their good documentation on how to write a
	secure web application.
. See AUTHORS file for all the people who contributed to this project.

Before first commit, do not forget to setup your git environment:
git config --global user.name "your_name_here"
git config --global user.email "your@email_here"

Clone this repository using HTTP(S):
git clone https://code.reversed.top/user/xaizek/rocketgit

Clone this repository using ssh (do not forget to upload a key first):
git clone ssh://rocketgit@code.reversed.top/user/xaizek/rocketgit

You are allowed to anonymously push to this repository.
This means that your pushed commits will automatically be transformed into a pull request:
... clone the repository ...
... make some changes and some commits ...
git push origin master