Getting AT installed

I know AT is still in development… but was wondering if anyone else came across this and found a solution. I can do the ‘configure’ line just fine, but in the make install process, I get this:

In order to create or update your RT database,this script needs to connect to your mysql instance on localhost as root.
Please specify that user’s database password below. If the user has no database
password, just press return.

Password:
Now populating AssetTracker database schema.
Creating database schema.
Problem with statement:
CREATE INDEX AT_Assets2 ON AT_Assets (Owner)
Key column ‘Owner’ doesn’t exist in table at /opt/rt3/sbin//at-setup-database line 189.
make: *** [initdb] Error 255
[root@docs at0.9.1]#

If not one has come up with this problem, then I will just sit back and wait patiently, just wanted to see if I could get a ‘devloper’s’ look at it.

Thanks,

Dave Kettmann
NetLogic
636-561-0680

There is an AT mailing list and that would be the appropriate place
to discuss ad problems: http://atwiki.chaka.net/

This problem was fixed in 0.9.2, release earlier today and announced
on the AT mailing lists.

-ToddOn Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 02:29:32PM -0600, Dave Kettmann wrote:

I know AT is still in development… but was wondering if anyone else came across this and found a solution. I can do the ‘configure’ line just fine, but in the make install process, I get this:

In order to create or update your RT database,this script needs to connect to your mysql instance on localhost as root.
Please specify that user’s database password below. If the user has no database
password, just press return.

Password:
Now populating AssetTracker database schema.
Creating database schema.
Problem with statement:
CREATE INDEX AT_Assets2 ON AT_Assets (Owner)
Key column ‘Owner’ doesn’t exist in table at /opt/rt3/sbin//at-setup-database line 189.
make: *** [initdb] Error 255
[root@docs at0.9.1]#

If not one has come up with this problem, then I will just sit back and wait patiently, just wanted to see if I could get a ‘devloper’s’ look at it.

Thanks,

Dave Kettmann
NetLogic
636-561-0680


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