[rt-devel] Reqest Tracker
jesse at fsck.com
Sat Aug 11 14:16:00 EDT 2001
On Fri, Aug 10, 2001 at 11:29:13AM -0500, Austin Stevenson wrote:
> How many operating systems do you support?
Pretty much anything unixlike. It runs on linux, solaris, *bsd, MacOS X,
HPUX, AIX, IRIX and probably a couple dozen lesser-known flavors of unix.
>Is this product only on GNU/Linux or can it be adapted to work on say, Win2k?
I suspect that RT could in fact be ported to win2k, though nobody's ever tried
it. If you're interested in having me do the work to port it to win2k, mail
>This is an EXCELLENT program, but we do not have the resources to implement this on a GNU/Linux system. I hate to ask, but if you know of a comparable program, maybe one that was your inspiration for Request Tracker, could you let me know about that too?
Sadly, I don't. Much of the reason I hack on RT is because there isn't anything
like it out there. (Well, it's also fun, and it usually pays the rent...but those are side issues ;)
> Thanks so much,
> Austin Stevenson
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