[Rtir] CentOS 7

Post, Erik SOC erik.post at office.ziggo.nl
Tue Dec 16 03:45:17 EST 2014


Sorry for taking so long to answer. I've added another email address to the list which resides on my test system to speed up my replies.
My next reply will be coming from my personal email address which is ejjpost at gmail.com


Indeed, I mean the GnuPG::Interface.
So far, I've tried:

[root at localhost rt-4.2.9] yum install perl-GnuPG-interface
[root at localhost rt-4.2.9] cpan -force install#GnuPG-Interface#

[root at localhost rt-4.2.9] make testdeps

I still get :

GPG missing dependencies:
                GnuPG::Interface ...MISSING


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: rtir [mailto:rtir-bounces at lists.bestpractical.com] Namens Kevin Falcone
Verzonden: maandag 8 december 2014 19:49
Aan: rtir at lists.bestpractical.com
Onderwerp: Re: [Rtir] CentOS 7

* PGP Signed by an unknown key

On Mon, Dec 08, 2014 at 07:52:59AM +0000, Post, Erik SOC wrote:
> Been trying to install RTIR on CentOS 7. I’m stuck on the make
> dependencies because somehow the PGP::Interface perlmodule won’t
> install. I’ve been trying to solve this by manual install of nginx and forced install of PGP::interface.
> It still reports the module as missing. Is anyone n the list already
> experienced in installing RT on CentOS 7 ?

I assume you mean GnuPG::Interface?

What's the error message about that module.
How did you install it manually?


* Unknown Key
* 0x9E42250A


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