To run properly, you need to use the same user for web-access and CLI commands. You can access the 3 application by 3 different ways:
All users using Gitonomy will be identified as the same user on the system. Every user will have the same push URL (ssh://email@example.com/foobar.git). In the application, Gitonomy accepts or deny access to the user, depending of his credentials.
For this reason, we suggest you to use the same user for all operations, if you are not a system guru.
Go to download page and download latest version from website.
Uncompress it to your prefered location, let’s assume /var/www/gitonomy.
If you are using Apache, configuration should be at least:
Make sure your web/ folder is the only accessible folder through web. Directory app/config contains sensitive data, it should not be accessible with browser.
You can configure the application through web setup using online installation on http://localhost/install.php
This step-by-step configuration will guide you through the setup process of Gitonomy.
The configuration of the application is located in app/config/parameters.yml. This file can be empty. All parameters will then be loaded from app/config/parameters_dist.yml. You can override any parameter from this distributed configuration file.
To start using the application, you need to load fixtures in it. First, configure your application as explained above.
Create your MySQL database and when it’s done, go to project and type:
This script will create database and load default data. On first time, connect with user admin (password: admin). Go to your profile and change your password to something more obscure.
Add CRON job
Edit your crontab and add:
* * * * * php /path/to/gitonomy/app/console gitonomy:authorized-keys -i > ~/.ssh/authorized_keys