[rt-users] FAQ and version

Feargal Reilly feargal at thecia.ie
Mon Jan 8 17:45:33 EST 2001

type rt on the command line, it should tell you the version you're
As for docs, they are distributed with RT source or copies available at


Feargal Reilly,
Systems Administrator,
The CIA.

rt at ghost.ntelos.net wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> Please excuse me if this question has been asked before on this list. I
> looked over the archives on my system and did not see what I was looking
> for.
> I installed RT some time ago and only became familiar with the web
> interface. Now, I want to look deeper into the workings and discover where
> the data is kept and understand the workings of the database.
> I basically have two questions: how can I figure out which version I am
> using and where can I get some good documentation on RT?
> p.s- I run a debian linux system operating on the stable potato
> distribution.
> Thank you,
> A. Gochenour
> Network Operations Center
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