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Virtual Machine with Agilo for Scrum

For all you guys who have trouble with the Agilo for Scrum installation or just want to save some setup time, we created a VMware virtual machine with the latest stable Agilo for Scrum installation (0.6). It comes ready to use including a Subversion repository to test the Subversion integration of Agilo for Scrum...

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6 May 2008
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For all you guys who have trouble with the Agilo for Scrum installation or just want to save some setup time, we created a VMware virtual machine with the latest stable Agilo for Scrum installation (0.6). It comes ready to use including a Subversion repository to test the Subversion integration of Agilo for Scrum.

The guest OS is Ubuntu 7.10 Server Edition. The size of the compressed archive is 241.2 MB (~ 1 GB uncompressed). The archive contains a README.txt file with all information you need.

You can download it here.

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Thanks Sebastian, I think this will be very appreciated from a *lot* of users ;-)

Hey there! I could download the file only with a download manager (like FlashGet). When I authenticate with my user, the file contents are sent directly to the browser, instead of prompting for download.

Anyway, this VM saved me a lot of time. Agilo for Scrum is great!

I will try to fix the problem... for everybody else, just right click and "save as..." :-)

**@ppadron** Thanks for the compliments!

what version of vmware did you use to create the virtual machine? it did not work for me. my vmware complains about it being created using features not supported in my version. i dont know why.

Hi there, the VMWare Virtual Machine has been created using VMWare Fusion for Mac. The file format and VM format are compatible with Player 2 and Workstation 6.

If you are using Linux, you can just copy the files for the VM to your linux machine, and then use player to run the VM.

Hi there,

I managed to fix the problem opening the Ubuntu VM on my linux and then downgrading the version of the VM to Workstation 4 saved and came back to VMware server on windows and works now.
I do not know why this Idea came up, but I liked it, and I think we should mention that this should be used to help people setup their own enviroment, and not to be used as a server it self.

Thanks for this, helped a lot.

I am running the virtual machine and logged in with the OS username/password. However I am unclear what I need to do when I get to the following prompt
scrum@agile42:~$

Please help as I am unfamiliar with linux.
thanks

@davidg333: If you still have problems using the VM, please write a post to our support group: http://groups.google.com/group/agilo

I just thought I should mention VMware's converter which can adapt the provided VM image to older versions of VMware: http://www.vmware.com/products/converter/

I posted the scripts to windows.

http://oanonimo.multiply.com/journal/item/16/Running_SVN_hook_commands_in_Windows

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