[rt-users] New Installation

Robert Canary rwcanary at ocdirect.net
Mon Jun 25 03:11:39 EDT 2007

Thanks Ruslan,

Sorry for the delay I was called out of the office on some trouble tickets.

Here is what I put in the httpd.conf

<VirtualHost *:4400>
    ServerName mchn37.ocdirect.net
    ServerAdmin rwcanary at ocdirect.net
    DocumentRoot /opt/rt3/share/html
    ErrorLog /var/log/rt/rt-web-error.log
    CustomLog /var/log/rt/rt-web-access.log common
    AddDefaultCharset UTF-8

    PerlModule Apache::DBI
    PerlRequire /opt/rt3/bin/webmux.pl

    <Location />
     SetHandler perl-script
     PerlHandler RT::Mason

I do have an Apache2.pm as well as a apache.pm, I did a symlink to the 
apache.pm and but now it is complaining that the mod_perl is pre 1.99.

This is a fresh RHEL 4 with all updates, it was my understanding the 
httpd *is* apache2 and has been built with mod_perl2.  At least that is 
what the docs say.

thanks agian

Ruslan Zakirov wrote:
> On 6/23/07, Robert Canary <rwcanary at ocdirect.net> wrote:
>> I figure this to be more of a Perl Question..
>> I have read the archives and queried for the infamous "Can't locate
>> Apache.pm",  while I found few matches I did really find what I was
>> looking for either.
>> RHEL 4
>> This RT 3.4.5
>> Apache 2.0.52
>> Perl 5.8.5
>> However, if I run RT using the standalone script it works fine, which
>> tells me it is an apache thing.
>> Apache.pm dose exist.  However, the @INC apparently isn't picking it up.
>> Exactly what do I need to reinstall to get this corrected?  Apache has
>> been completely gutted and reinstalled.  What perl module am I looking
>> for to reinstall?  All the testdeps are showing everything is there.
> Apache.pm is part of mod_perl, you have to decide if you want mod_perl
> or FastCGI. In the latter case you don't need Apache.pm. As you're
> using apache2 then you need mod_perl2 too, but afaik it has Apache2.pm
> instead, so it's not clear why anything complaining about Apache.pm.
> Could you share relevant part of apache's config?
>> Second thing is:  How do you tell the standalone script to use a
>> different port, besides 8080?
> ./bin/standalone_httpd 8000
>> thanks in advance
>> -- 
>> robert
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