Installing Redmine under nginx — debian way?

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Again I try to install Redmine under Debian. But time gugleniya and climbing on various websites and blogs, all the time lead to the idea that the normal method for Debian installation and updating to latest releases, but there is some sort of rite with a tambourine, installation handles multiple products from source and/or git repositories, some other package managers, not apt(itude). Is that bad and easy way to establish and maintain a current redmine not and to use and administer redmine need to go into all this intricate ruby infrastructure?
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You need to configure apt to use testing repository, unstable according to the article: www.zagirov.name/apt-pinning-packages-stable-testing-unstable-experimental/
And in the config register:
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Package: * Pin: release a=stable Pin-Priority: 200 Package: redmine redmine-sqlite, nginx rails thin Pin: release a=unstable Pin-Priority: 201

And use article: www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/HowTo_configure_Nginx_to_run_Redmine
I have this scheme working.
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aptitude -t lenny-backports install redmine redmine-pgsql is not suitable?
0.9.4 version...
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so, actually, what exactly is the problem?
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he remain do correct from the git to take and update in the same way, the next problem is to configure Radmin, start to install nginx (which, in General, is optional).
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