debian has mysql client and server packages. The unstable, at least,
has what appears to be an rt package. I haven’t tried it. just fyi
In what way are you stuck on the SQL part? I only needed to login to
mySQL a little, and that was to track down the root username
The new riders mySQL book is good, I’ve never heard good things about
the O’Reily one.
rickOn Thu, 01 Aug 2002, Theodore Knab wrote:
I am having trouble installing request-tracker.
Someone here recommended a Windows thing called Heat, but I would rather
Now, I am setting up a demo. I am stuck on the SQL part.
The only database I have ever setup is an Open LDAP database, which is
different than sql.
I have been reading through the RH 7.2 step by step guide, by Gary Leong,
but I am using Debian Woody(stable).
Is there any Debian specific documentation for both a sql and
request-tracker newbie ?
I want to learn more about mysql, so please don’t recommend webadmin.
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