Ideal "out of the box" version of the rt package in some linux distro

Is there some distribution of rt that would work with maybe a simple config script or working on defauilts since each time ilve looked they seem to require apache modifications which fail on debian and unbuntu. thabks in advance

The main issue is when I get to one of the most basic module loading parts
the system refuses to load apache. I just felt that assuming this is some
magical workaround that I wouldn’t have to debug and debug and debug the
system I was querying on one of the best predone versions. For some reason
there is no “interactive” method that would ask the questions and then
supply some info about this to the appropriate part.

I’ll try it again and I’ll ask but for some reason a lot of times I post to
almost any list and they are more interested in esoterica than in fixing
something basic.

thanks and I’ll give it one more spin.On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 1:08 PM, Micah Gersten micah@onshore.com wrote:

What’s wrong with the request-tracker3.8 package in Ubuntu or Debian?
If there’s a problem with the installer on either, you should file a bug
report in the appropriate tracker.

Thank you,
Micah Gersten
onShore Networks
Internal Developer
http://www.onshore.com

bouncyinc@gmail.com wrote:

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To: rt-users@lists.bestbractical.com
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 03:53:16 PM +0000
Subject: Ideal “out of the box” version of the rt package in some linuz
distro

Is there some distribution of rt that would work with maybe a simple
config script or working on defauilts since each time ilve looked they seem
to require apache modifications which fail on debian and unbuntu. thabks in
advance


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