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Read TracInstall first for a general overview. This is a quick HOWTO specifically for Ubuntu users. I wrote these notes during an install on Ubuntu Hardy Heron.
I ran the following commands as root:
cd /usr/local/src wget http://ftp.edgewall.com/pub/trac/Trac-0.11.5.tar.gz tar -zxf Trac-0.11.5.tar.gz cd Trac-0.11.5 apt-get install python-dev apt-get install python-xml apt-get install python-genshi apt-get install python-subversion apt-get install python-pysqlite2 apt-get install python-setuptools apt-get install libapache2-mod-python python ./setup.py install
Now we need a folder the web server is allowed to write to in which to keep Trac's data. So we'll make that folder and then switch to the www-data user for the next few commands:
mkdir /usr/local/trac chown www-data.www-data /usr/local/trac su www-data svnadmin create /usr/local/trac/repository trac-admin /usr/local/trac/environment initenv
The trac-admin command will prompt you for various settings. You can accept the defaults, except for the Subversion repository, which you should set to /usr/local/trac/repository.
htpasswd -c /usr/local/trac/passwords.txt admin
Supply a password for an initial user. You can add more users later. Use the -c option only on the FIRST use of this command, as it creates the password file.
You will want the web admin panel available to the admin user so execute the following:
trac-admin /usr/local/trac/environment permission add admin TRAC_ADMIN
Now it's time to switch back to root to configure Apache. Type exit to log out of the www-data account and return to root. Now set up a virtual host for Trac. Let's say it will be called tractest. You can set it up by creating the file /etc/apache2/sites-available/tractest with the following contents:
<VirtualHost *> ServerName tractest <Location /> SetHandler mod_python PythonInterpreter main_interpreter PythonHandler trac.web.modpython_frontend PythonOption TracEnv /usr/local/trac/environment PythonOption TracUriRoot / </Location> <Location /login> AuthType Basic AuthName "trac" AuthUserFile /usr/local/trac/passwords.txt Require valid-user </Location> </VirtualHost>
Now, link the site that is available to the list that will startup by default.
ln -s /etc/apache2/sites-available/tractest /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/002-tractest
Now, as root, signal Apache to reload its configuration and notice the new site:
invoke-rc.d apache2 reload
Finally, add tractest to your DNS or, if you're just setting up a test site for your own use on your own computer, add it to the list of aliases for localhost in your /etc/hosts file:
# List testing sites here 127.0.0.1 localhost tractest
You're ready to go. Visit http://tractest/ and you'll have access to trac. You can log in as the admin user when you click on the login button.
Of course basic authentication isn't the only option. Anything that is backwards-compatible with it should work, including mod_ldap, mod_shib, etc.