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GitLab : Install2023/07/17

Install GitLab which is the project management system like GitHub.
[3] Install GitLab.
apt -y install ca-certificates tzdata perl
curl -O

bash ./

apt update

# specify the URL you configure GitLab instance for [EXTERNAL_URL=**]
# if specify the URL with https, installer tries to get certificate of the hostname specified at [EXTERNAL_URL=**] from Let's Encrypt,
# so it needs the host specified at [EXTERNAL_URL] can receive requests to 80 port from internet side
# (if not accessible, installation will be error state)

EXTERNAL_URL="" apt -y install gitlab-ee
# confirm the initial password

cat /etc/gitlab/initial_root_password

# WARNING: This value is valid only in the following conditions
#          1. If provided manually (either via `GITLAB_ROOT_PASSWORD` environment variable or via `gitlab_rails['initial_root_password']` setting in `gitlab.rb`, it was provided before database was seeded for the first time (usually, the first reconfigure run).
#          2. Password hasn't been changed manually, either via UI or via command line.
#          If the password shown here doesn't work, you must reset the admin password following

Password: 3JPuzoZVbZO9YgLtzx1O.....

# NOTE: This file will be automatically deleted in the first reconfigure run after 24 hours.
[4] Access to the URL you set at [EXTERNAL_URL] from any Client computer.
It's possible to login with user [root] and password is the one you confirmed above.
[5] This is GitLab index page.
[6] [root] users password will be expired 24 hours later, so change it first.
Click [Edit Profile].
[7] Click [Password] on the left pane.
[8] You can change password on here. That's OK to install GitLab.
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