Did you really type in http://yourdomain in your webbrowser? I hope not.
question? what is the name of your server. want is the domainname that your
server is on. put those 2 things together and if you put that as your
virtualserver in the apache config file called httpd.conf… then you should
be ok. As for documentation… if you goto the www.fsck.com/ and click on
the rt link, you should see a link for docs outside that website. click on
that link and you will get all the info ever regarding webrt.
PS> after you installed apache, rt, mysql did you happen to restart
From: Darrin Walton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 11:38 AM
To: Chun Li
Cc: Matt Disney; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [rt-users] How to launch rt?
|+ Thanks for your response. Maybe I should say “how to use
|+ the RT initially” since I’ve never used it before.
|+ I think that there are some default configuration
|+ so that I can use (or launch netscape to browse it)
|+ first to get a feeling on it. Someone told me that
|+ I can go to http://yourhostname or http://your.domain.com.
‘yourhostname’ and ‘your.domain.com’ should be replaced with YOUR domain
name, or whatever virtual-host you setup in Apache. Just use your
browser, and go to there.
|+ I tried it but nothing related to RT there. You also
|+ mentioned to go to configured URL for RT. What’s the
|+ configured URL for RT? Can you explain it in some details?
The ‘configured’ URL is different for different people, it depends on
information you provide. Information you setup in Apache.
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