Installation manual in the Wiki has been removed

I’ve been trying to install a new instance of Request Tracker, following
the installation notes in the Wiki’s user manual, and was fairly puzzled
about its abrupt end. It seems someone has erased the last two thirds
of the ManualInstallation node (at
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/index.cgi?ManualInstallation). I can’t
see any way to rollback to a previous revision using Kwiki, so someone
will have to correct his. For now I am viewing the previous revision of
the page.

RT needs a more dependable form of documentation. The installation
section of the user manual is the best guide to setting up RT, and I can
only wonder how many users were turned off from RT because they couldn’t
find appropriate documentation. A Wiki is okay if it gets enough
traffic for problems like this to be corrected, but this is obviously
not the case. A static HTML user’s manual would be better than a Wiki
that is present half of the time.

Matt

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Apparently, not easily fixable by a regular user either. I tried to
revert to revision 51, but no such luck.

Apparently, example.com or something must be banned, or perhaps
the number of URLs to add is set really small. It is fixed now.On Mon, 25 Jul 2005, Jon Daley wrote:

Apparently, not easily fixable by a regular user either. I tried to revert
to revision 51, but no such luck.

You were blocked from editing because your edit contains either too many
new URLs or some URL that is banned.

Apparently, example.com or something must be banned, or perhaps
the number of URLs to add is set really small. It is fixed now.

I wouldn’t be surprised; example.com is (as you certainly already know)
the canonical dead domain name.

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