Installing Redmine on (bluehost) shared hosting

Hi, here a script to install readmine  0.8.4 (www.readmine.org) on a shared host that offers ruby on rails. enjoy

#automatic install of redmine 0.8.4 (http://www.redmine.org/) on a shared server (tested on bluehost)
#
#AUTHOR: Marco Bernasocchi (http://www.bernawebdesign.ch)
#LICENSE: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
#
#BEFORE starting:
# - create an empty DB (using cpanel) and a DB user with full permissions on the db
# - create a mail user used to send out mails (quota can be set to 1Mb since you just need to send mails with it)
# - cd into the dir you want to install to. (for example /home/username/railsApps/redmine)
#
#AFTER (not mandatory):
# - create a subdomain (in cpanel) for redmine and link it to the public folder in redmine
# example:
# 	delete the default created folder
# 	rm -rf /home/username/public_html/redmine/
#	create symlink to the public folder
# 	ln -s /home/username/railsApps/redmine/public /home/username/public_html/redmine
# now redmine is located at http://yoursubdomain.example.com
# login: admin
# passw: admin
#set this vars
#
MY_DB="dbName"
MY_DB_USER="dbUser"
MY_DB_PASSW="dbPassw"
MY_DOMAIN="example.com"
MY_MAIL_SUBDOMAIN="mail."
MY_MAIL_PORT="26"
MY_MAILER="user+example.com"
MY_MAILER_PASSW="mailPassw"
#
#get redmine 0.8.4
wget http://rubyforge.org/frs/download.php/56909/redmine-0.8.4.tar.gz
tar zxvf redmine-0.8.4.tar.gz
rm redmine-0.8.4.tar.gz
mv redmine-0.8.4/* .
rmdir redmine-0.8.4
#
#use fastCGI dispatcher
mv public/dispatch.fcgi.example public/dispatch.fcgi
#
#set some permissions
chmod 700 public/dispatch.fcgi
chmod 700 tmp
chmod 700 log
#
#force production environnement
sed 's|# ENV[|ENV[|g' config/environment.rb > TMPFILE && mv TMPFILE config/environment.rb
#
#create config/database.yml
echo 'production:' > config/database.yml
echo ' adapter: mysql' >> config/database.yml
echo ' database: '$MY_DB >> config/database.yml
echo ' host: localhost' >> config/database.yml
echo ' username: '$MY_DB_USER >> config/database.yml
echo ' password: '$MY_DB_PASSW >> config/database.yml
echo ' encoding: utf8' >> config/database.yml
#
#create config/email.yml
echo '# Outgoing email settings' > config/email.yml
echo 'production:' >> config/email.yml
echo '  delivery_method: :smtp' >> config/email.yml
echo '  smtp_settings:' >> config/email.yml
echo '    address: '$MY_MAIL_SUBDOMAIN$MY_DOMAIN >> config/email.yml
echo '    port: '$MY_MAIL_PORT >> config/email.yml
echo '    domain: '$MY_DOMAIN >> config/email.yml
echo '    authentication: :login' >> config/email.yml
echo '    user_name: '$MY_MAILER >> config/email.yml
echo '    password: '$MY_MAILER_PASSW >> config/email.yml
#
#create app
rake db:migrate RAILS_ENV="production"
rake redmine:load_default_data RAILS_ENV="production"

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