I run RT on Mac OS X. RT 2.0 needs to be installed on a UFS partition.
(MacOS’s native filesystem is case preserving but not case sensitive)
You don’t need to use fink, but I’d strongly recommend that you use FastCGI,
rather than mod_perl. For now, apache2 is right out.On Wed, Aug 07, 2002 at 08:38:46PM +0200, Bruce Campbell wrote:
On Wed, 7 Aug 2002, Mark Moorcroft wrote:
I posted a couple of weeks ago about getting RT running under OSX
Server. We are still battling with getting Apache2, mod_perl, php and
friends compiled under OSX. The scuttlebutt on usenet seems to be
that nobody has this working. There are lots of complaints and
questions, but no real solutions. I am just wondering if anyone on
this list is actually running RT on OSX?
You may wish to install portions of fink (fink.sourceforge.net), at least
for apache installation. We’re finding it useful for our xserv, although
RT is not going to be running on it. Cute-looking case though.
Bruce Campbell RIPE
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