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About: How to install JIRA on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, using Apache Tomcat behind an Apache HTTP Server with AJP and MySQL
Date: 9 April 2010
Related documentation: JIRA Installation and Upgrade Guide
Please be aware that this guide contains advanced procedures that should only be attempted by individuals who are familiar with configuring Apache Tomcat, Apache HTTP Server and AJP on Linux.
About: A script that logs into JIRA and creates OmniFocus tasks for each of the JIRA items that are assigned to you, so they sync to your Omnifocus for iPhone, you only have to keep track of one inbox, etc.