We're going to install Dradis Community Edition from GitHub so that you can stay up to date with the latest changes.
Before we get started, we'll need to install a few packages. Run the following in your terminal:
$ apt-get install libsqlite3-dev $ apt-get install mysql-server mysql-client libmysqlclient-dev $ apt-get install redis-server $ redis-server
Unable to fetch some archives:
If you get an error message like
Unable to fetch some archives as shown in the screenshot below, run the following in your terminal before continuing:
add_root_vertex' for Molinillo::DependencyGraph:
Run the following command in your terminal before re-trying the
bundle install command.
apt-get install --only-upgrade bundler
Credit for this fix goes to GitHub user codebycody.
Run the following in your terminal to confirm that Redis is up and running:
$ redis-cli ping