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Redmine Cookbook by Aleksandar Pavić

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Using Puma and IIS on Windows

Puma is advertised as a small and fast server. It is derived from Mongrel, which is an open source web server written in Ruby by Zed Shaw. It can serve Redmine on its own, or behind Nginx, Apache, or IIS. Puma can be run and installed in a user's home directory or system-wide.

Getting ready

First, install Redmine as explained in the previous recipe.

Then, we need the OpenSSL Developer Package (this contains header files and binaries), which can be downloaded from http://packages.openknapsack.org/openssl/openssl-1.0.0k-x64-windows.tar.lzma. Considering that we followed the previous recipe precisely, if you need a different SSL version, you can obtain it from https://www.openssl.org. Now, perform the following steps:

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