From: Harald Wagener [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2003 7:50 AM
Forgive me if this has been asked before, the usual disclaimers apply:
-o- I’ve checked the archives
-o- I’ve checked the documentation
-o- I’ve checked RTFM
I’m still having the same problem mentioned by others regarding the
issue with the graphs being mangled (possibly by Mason?).
I’ve attempted the change from format=> ‘png’ to format=> ‘jpg’, and I
cannot see either one.
There was an error in the old version in the way I generated the
content header, which broke display for some people out there.
Yesterday’s version should have that fixed thanks to Autrijus Tang. Did
You try that?
Even though I’m 90% sure this is a server-side issue, I’ve looked at
site with RedHat Mozilla, Safari, Opera, Mac IE5.2 and IE6, to no
I am testing this successfully with Safari on OS X, and I guess that
any problems are browser independent, in other words: It’s possibly my
Could this be a FastCGI problem?
Definitely not. We had moved from mod_perl to fastcgi when I was
basically rebuilding all the necessary parts for RT3 from scratch on
our RH9 box.
Are you developing on a mod_perl box? I
had many problems with RH9 perl, and ended up moving to Debian, where I
also had issues with mod_perl as a DSO, and I was hesitant to spend
more time recompiling apache - I’m not terribly proficient at that part
of OpenSource yet. So… I went the FastCGI way, since it was all about
I am still developing on the machine mentioned above, which will be
upgraded to debian soonish.
HOWEVER, your stats package would be enough to move me, possibly, in
direction of recompiling apache with mod_perl, et. al., and the extra
Which version of libgd is installed? Does it fit Your GD::Graph module?
Thank you for your attention.
I am sorry that I am not of more help, but this is ‘my first’
publically available piece of work, originally by Simon Cozens, and I
am still new to alot of this kind of business.