Want to run GitLab on your Raspberry Pi 2? Now you can do so much easier!
Previously you had to install GitLab from source yourself.
We have just released the official Raspberry Pi 2 Omnibus package for Raspbian OS that you can use to install GitLab quickly on your new small-but-powerful repository server!
We recommend adding at least 1GB of swap, read about the reasons at the hardware requirements page.
Install the required packages like shown on the installation instructions page.
UPDATE Raspberry Pi 2 packages are now uploaded to its own package repository so it's now even easier to keep your GitLab up-to-date! Just go to the installation instructions page and select
Raspberry Pi 2 for Raspbian from the
Select Operating System dropdown for directions on how to add the repository and install GitLab.
Download the Omnibus package for Raspberry Pi 2 and install it:
sudo dpkg -i gitlab_7.9.0-omnibus.pi-1_armhf.deb
Run reconfigure to install:
sudo gitlab-ctl reconfigure
Sign in on your new micro-instance with username
root and password
Help us scaling GitLab up the fruit tree
Currently, the packages for Raspberry Pi are built manually and for minor releases only.
We are looking for ways to automate building the Raspberry Omnibus packages, so we can keep them up to date. For this we either need to cross-compile them (complex), or build them on ARM servers (hard to find).
We welcome suggestions on this subject.
UPDATE Thank you for all your suggestions. Currently we are using Scaleway.com to build packages for Raspberry Pi 2 on Raspbian OS.
If you are using GitLab on your Raspberry Pi 2, it works exactly the same way as it does regularly. You can use GitLab's official user documentation as a guide.