Commit c5f3e1cf authored by Marin Jankovski's avatar Marin Jankovski

Fix small typos.

parent ec4c28a2
......@@ -10,10 +10,15 @@ There is also an option of setting up a dedicated OS for GitLab, see [the direct
- Tested and confirmed working on Ubuntu 13.10
*Please read whole document before starting the setup.*
*Please read the whole document before starting the setup.*
The installation process is almost the same as a [production install using Chef](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/cookbook-gitlab/blob/master/doc/production.md).
You use the same /tmp/solo.rb as mentioned in the production install.
You use the same `/tmp/solo.rb` as mentioned in the production install.
```bash
curl -o /tmp/solo.json https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/cookbook-gitlab/raw/master/solo.json.production_example
```
It is convenient to setup GitLab under your existing user account.
In `/tmp/solo.json` configuration file, replace the occurences of `USER` and `USERGROUP` with your settings(username and group can be gathered using `id` command).
......@@ -84,7 +89,6 @@ After installing please do:
```bash
sudo update-rc.d gitlab disable
sudo passwd -u USER
cd /home/USER/gitlab/gitlab
```
......@@ -104,9 +108,9 @@ Make sure there are no 404'ing links in your repos.list
sudo apt-get update
```
should not give any 404 link.
should not give any 404 links.
## Other
- Your home folder can not already contain a `./gitlab` folder! If that already exists, append a folder to the solo.json file, such as /dev (it should already exist). The `home` attribute should still point to your homefolder, independent of the GitLab installation folder.
- Your home folder can not already contain a `~/gitlab` folder! If that already exists, append a folder to the solo.json file, such as /dev (it should already exist). The `home` attribute should still point to your homefolder, independent of the GitLab installation folder.
- Unicorn.rb should have the correct path set to be able to start the server.
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