Best choice for a RHEL3.0

Hello everybody,

I have been encoutering classical bug while installing RT on a RHEL 3.0
using the following source
yum extra-rt http://campus.fct.unl.pt/paulomatos/rt/repository/
(rt-3.0.10)

The bugs regarding setGid (sendmail, + Locale::Maketext + a bug on
attachments).
I have seen a workaround for Locale::Maketext + sendmail that implied
recompiling apache2.
http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/engine?do=post_view_printable;post=337
43;list=rt

Don’t misunderstand me I am no sissy, I love compiling programms … and
tweaking apache configuration, however I would rather install a more recent
and uptodate tarballed version of RT (working with RTFM) so that the
customer can mantain it :wink:

BTW, is the wiki an up to date source of information ?

Thanks

Julien Tayon
mailto:julien@tayon.net http://www.libroscope.org
"If Diet Coke did not exist it would have been neccessary to invent it."
– Karl Lehenbauer

The bugs regarding setGid (sendmail, + Locale::Maketext + a bug on
attachments).
I have seen a workaround for Locale::Maketext + sendmail that implied
recompiling apache2.
http://www.gossamer-threads.com/lists/engine?do=post_view_printable;post=337
43;list=rt

Don’t misunderstand me I am no sissy, I love compiling programms … and
tweaking apache configuration, however I would rather install a more recent
and uptodate tarballed version of RT (working with RTFM) so that the
customer can mantain it :wink:

If you want to keep it simple, use fastcgi so you don’t have to
recompile apache and mod_perl, and run apache as the rt user so
it doesn’t need suid/setgid. If there are other web sites on the
same server that would make this a security problem, run another
instance of httpd bound to a different IP address or port.

Les Mikesell
les@futuresource.com