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#1

RT Version 1.02
Linux 2.2.14-15 system
Perl 5.005
Apache Web Server

Problem:
rtadmin works fine but, admin-webrt.cgi and webrt.cgi gives an internal
server error.

I added the Alias and ScriptAlias to httpd.conf and problemis still there.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

NcGai


#2

Have you looked at the apache error log?
what happens when you run webrt.cgi from the commandline?On Tue, Apr 11, 2000 at 09:46:53PM -0500, L. NcGai Wiltz wrote:

RT Version 1.02
Linux 2.2.14-15 system
Perl 5.005
Apache Web Server

Problem:
rtadmin works fine but, admin-webrt.cgi and webrt.cgi gives an internal
server error.

I added the Alias and ScriptAlias to httpd.conf and problemis still there.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

NcGai


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#3

Problem:
rtadmin works fine but, admin-webrt.cgi and webrt.cgi gives an internal
server error.

Check the web servers error log.

Tobias Brox
aka TobiX
+47 22 925 871


#4

Hi all,

is there a mail trigger for tickets, which are over the due time? I want
to remind the owner of the ticket. Can’t find anything in the docu.

I still use version 0.99.9.

Regards,
Elmar

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#5

is there a mail trigger for tickets, which are over the due time? I want
to remind the owner of the ticket. Can’t find anything in the docu.

Somebody wrote an alarm/report script sometime for 1.0, can’t remember who
or where it is…anybody?

Tobias Brox
aka TobiX
+47 22 925 871


#6

mysql or msql?

This sounds similiar to the issue I had about static vs dynamic library
linking mysql.

Stephen Hauskins

RT Version 1.02
Linux 2.2.14-15 system
Perl 5.005
Apache Web Server

Problem:
rtadmin works fine but, admin-webrt.cgi and webrt.cgi gives an internal
server error.

I added the Alias and ScriptAlias to httpd.conf and problemis still there.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,

NcGai


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#7

Tobias Brox tobiasb@tobiasb.funcom.com writes:

is there a mail trigger for tickets, which are over the due time? I want
to remind the owner of the ticket. Can’t find anything in the docu.

Somebody wrote an alarm/report script sometime for 1.0, can’t remember who
or where it is…anybody?

'twas me and it’s an alarm rather than a report script. It checks for
due dates but you can configure it up to also report on requests which
have not been changed in a long time. You’ll need to mess around with
the variables near the top to get it working at your site. It should
work with 1.0.

http://www.healey.com.au/~mbrader/src/rt-report.gz

Enjoy,

Michael Brader
Aurema Pty Ltd (formerly Softway Pty Ltd)
PO Box 305, Strawberry Hills, NSW 2012, Australia
Email:mbrader@aurema.com, Tel: +61 2 9698 2322, Fax: +61 2 9699 9174