[Nitro] check this [bitrock] out
william.full.moon at gmail.com
Sat Sep 1 05:30:23 EDT 2007
It is an installer -- OpneSource configurations like pre-configured LAMP,
This news story will complete most of the picture...
On 01/09/2007, George Moschovitis <george.moschovitis at gmail.com> wrote:
> I didn't knwo about bitrock. Is this some kind of a vm image? like amazon
> AMI's ?
> On 9/1/07, * William < william.full.moon at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey hey!
> > I see the nice bitrock <http://bitrock.com/products_ruby_overview.html>people have a Ruby stack for the web. It includes Rails.
> > I believe it would be really really useful to put an effort into drawing
> > a line under features for Nitro so that it is a viable candidate for a
> > packaged stack.
> > As a first step, what do you reckon by making a "Bitrock Nitro" add-on,
> > that people can fit into a Bitrock stack for themselves?
> > Some thoughts from a Saturday on the web.
> > Aloha,
> > Will.
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > - http://bitrock.com/products_ruby_overview.html
> > Integrated Open Source Ruby Distribution
> > RubyStack is a freely available, ready to run distribution of Ruby on
> > Rails™. Packaged with a very user-friendly installer, RubyStack makes it
> > easy to have an enterprise-ready Rails environment up and running in just
> > minutes. It allows you to take advantage of the stability, low cost and high
> > performance of Ruby on Rails without the hassle of integrating, configuring,
> > and supporting your own build.
> > RubyStack is currently available for Linux and Mac OS X, with support
> > for Windows and Solaris coming soon. As with all of our Web Stacks<http://bitrock.com/products_webstacks_overview.html>,
> > RubyStack is free to download<http://bitrock.com/download_ruby_download.html>and use under the terms of the Apache
> > 2.0 license. As the stack contains several open source tools and
> > libraries, it is important that you read and comply with the licenses for
> > each stack component.
> > RubyStack offers two installation profiles to make it easy to set up
> > Ruby in both development and production environments. Both profiles install
> > the following open source software, along with several other tools and
> > libraries <http://bitrock.com/products_ruby_specifications> .
> > - Ruby
> > - Subversion
> > - SQLite
> > - MySQL
> > - ImageMagick
> > - Several Ruby Gems, including: Rails, Mongrel, mongrel_cluster
> > and RMagick
> > The Production installation profile also installs Apache 2.2 with
> > rewrite and proxy support, so you have everything you need to deploy your
> > Ruby on Rails applications. You can learn more about the benefits<http://bitrock.com/products_webstacks_features.html>of using BitRock Web Stacks or go directly to the
> > download <http://bitrock.com/download_ruby_download.html> page to get a
> > copy.
> > _______________________________________________
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> > Nitro-general at rubyforge.org
> > http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/nitro-general
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