[rt-users] Install on CentOS, best current instructions

James Moseley jmoseley at corp.xanadoo.com
Fri Aug 6 15:55:15 EDT 2010

If you can follow this thread, here some very specific instructions I typed
out once upon a time:


Instead of mod-perl or Apache FastCGI, the instructions call for using
mod_fcgid which is part of the standard RHEL repo.

James Moseley

On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 1:00 PM, Steve Szmidt <sszmidt at callcentersg.com>wrote:

> Hi,
> With all the dependencies there are a number of pitfalls, and a number of
> different instructions. I bought the book, which is not completely current
> anymore. I don't know what might have changed.
> What/where are the best instructions to follow to do the install?
> Also, I prefer to stick to a RH (rpm) based distro. Right now I'm using
> CentOS
> for the install. Any thoughts on this?
> PERL is certainly omnipresent in RT and a lot of mods are used. Which is
> the
> best set of instructions for this distro.
> My production arch is likely to be i386 with 2G RAM and about 5 techs. Of
> course SQL loves RAM as does PERL, I'd love to hear some notes on the arch.
> Steve
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