[rt-users] installing rt on debian
paul at tracker-software.com
Wed Feb 19 13:06:13 EST 2014
I have RT 4.0.17 with Ubuntu and MySQL, very similar to Debian.
Personally I found it easier to get the sources and 'build' it. CPAN is
pretty good at resolving dependencies and the howto in my case was
accurate enough to set up with minimal help from the list.
That's what I'd suggest, just my 2 cents. :-)
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On 2/12/2014 7:15 AM, Dominic Hargreaves wrote:
> And that 4.0.18 is also on wheezy-backports. 4.0.19 and 4.2.x is still
> to come - I have been delayed for various reasons but I'm hoping to get
> them out within the month.
> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 01:34:45PM +0000, Paul Stead wrote:
>> The testing branch currently has 4.0.18 - http://packages.qa.debian.org/r/request-tracker4.html
>> Nothing currently for 4.2.X
>> We use the fastcgi version of RT - here's a snippet from my confs
>> <VirtualHost rt.mydomain.com:443>
>> ServerAdmin webmaster at rt.mydomain.com<mailto:webmaster at rt.mydomain.com>
>> DocumentRoot /usr/share/request-tracker4/html/
>> ServerName rt.mydomain.com
>> <Location />
>> Order allow,deny
>> Allow from all
>> Options +ExecCGI
>> AddHandler fastcgi-script fcgi
>> Include /etc/request-tracker4/apache2-fastcgi.conf
>> /etc/request-tracker4/apache2-fastcgi.conf is included in the Debian package install.
>> On 12/02/14 13:11, norman wrote:
>> I am new to linux and installing packages.
>> Is there a good step by step guide on how to set up rt 4.2.2 on debian?
>> I think i have done most of the install but always get stuck on the web server part of it.
>> I will be using debian 7 with mysql and perl version 1.96.
>> My web server will be apache 2
>> Also, is there a repository that always has the latest version?
>> The difault debian repositorys only have version 4.0.7
>> Any help is appreciated.
>> Paul Stead
>> Systems Engineer, Zen Internet
>> T: 01706 902009
>> RT Training London, March 19-20 and Dallas May 20-21
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