[rt-users] Is RT 3.x on unmodified OS X 10.3.x possible?

Todd Chapman rt at chaka.net
Tue Jan 4 08:35:23 EST 2005

Compile errors? What is there to compile? Do you mean Perl or

If you want to install RT quick and dirty, you could try running
the standalone_httpd in $RT_HOME/bin


On Tue, Jan 04, 2005 at 02:13:36AM -0800, B. Derman wrote:
> Has anyone been able to "natively" install a 3.x version of RT on a
> "native" Mac OS X 10.3.x (I'm at 10.3.7) without having to update Perl
> and compile your own apache, etc.?  I was unable to find any indication
> of an install on unmodified OS X in the archives.
> I know that there's a risk with attachments, but we don't attach any
> (binary) files and only use English, so I assume we'd be at minimal risk
> with OS X's Perl 5.8.1 and the DSO mod_perl given that OS X's Perl is now
> using a multi-threaded model (or maybe that's too much of a leap).  Our
> use is very low-volume and quite specific, so I'm willing to take some
> risk.
> I gave a quick RT 3.2.2 install attempt, but received compile errors, so
> thought I'd see whether this is a known waste of time before going
> further.  I currently have 3.0.3 installed, but can't afford the
> Herculean effort and associated time it took to get that version up 'n
> running on OS X 10.2.x.
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