Mod_perl2 and RT

Looks like RT has some serious issues with mod_perl 2… not least of all some of it’s dependancies are non-existent for 2.0

Looks like RT has some serious issues with mod_perl 2… not least of all some of it’s dependancies are non-existent for 2.0

“mod_perl2” hasn’t yet been released. And various betas have had different
compatibility problems with RT, other applications and code written for
the previous version of “mod_perl2”.

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Martin J. Green wrote:

Looks like RT has some serious issues with mod_perl 2… not least of
all some of it’s dependancies are non-existent for 2.0

There are reasons why, every time someone mentions mod_perl2 here,
they’re advised not to use it.

As of RT 3.0.7, “configure” will tell you this in no uncertain
terms, too.
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However, that’s the only version that will work with Apache2

Right. there is NO stable version of mod_perl for apache. Unless your a
developer, we recommend very, very strongly that you use Apache1 or
FastCGI.

I’ve followed the instructions closely and installed RT3, but when I go to
webpage, I get a 404 - I have to manually put in the index.html.

Please read the recent list archives before posting problems. This
problem seems to get described and solved every week. (And yes, we’re
working on getting a public KB up as well).

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The only recent post I could find related to this was
http://lists.fsck.com/pipermail/rt-users/2003-October/017634.html which only
relates to part of the problem, nor does it provide any solution.

Not sure I actually ever saw that post. Can we see the exact literal
HREF that RT is embedding in the html?

I was actually referring to the index.html issue:

http://lists.fsck.com/pipermail/rt-users/2003-August/015860.html

was one answer I found, though I know I’ve seen it answered this week as
well.

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