[rt-users] I've asked the beginner perl group but no one responded

Mathew mathew.snyder at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 14:52:25 EDT 2008

It's all well and good that you folks find distro-specific packages easy 
to use but a: Debian's easiness doesn't matter to a person asking about 
RHEL 5 (for which there is no Red Hat supplied RPM) and b: not everyone 
uses packages for their installation making your opinions moot.

Anyone have a solution to the question I asked instead of personal 


Toby Darling wrote:
> Stefan Hornburg wrote, On 16/04/2008 15:26:
>> Vivek Khera wrote:
>>> On Apr 16, 2008, at 9:57 AM, Mike Peachey wrote:
>>>> I disagree. Distribution packaging systems cause a LOT of RT  
>>>> problems. Manual installation or platform-independent packaging is a  
>>>> much better way of managing RT and using CPAN to perform perl  
>>>> installations is by far the best automatable method.
>>> Must be crappy packages.  The freebsd packages work wonderfully across  
>>> upgrades.
>> I also have good experiences with packaged RT. In my case the Debian
>> packages were easy to install and that saved a lot of work.
> Agreed, RT on debian's easy. Thank you Niko.
> Cheers
> Toby
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