Problem installing! - Fixed. (this time)

AHAH! Well I fixed the problem (but I don’t know why it’s a
problem)…for whatever reason, something on my system doesn’t like the use
of a before the comment, if I use spaces to indent the comments or
just remove the tab it will work…

wierd…So…Does anyone think it’s an AIX thing? Should the be
changed in the distribution or just added to the Aix notes? I figured when
I am done (assuming I can get it running under aix) I would post a guide
for running rt3 under aix…Anyone interested?

Jonathan Kaufman

Foot Locker Inc.

                    Jesse Vincent           Subject: Re: [rt-users] Problem installing!                                  
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                    04/01/2003 08:37                                                                                                

Hello rt-users!

I have followed the development on rt3 quite closely for some time and I
figured I would give it a try now that it’s stable…
Unfortunately, I can’t get it installed at the moment, so hopefully
on the list would know how to help me…

Here is the problem…
rt-test-dependencies --with-mysql --with-fastcgi is ok.
make install gives the following error:
cp -rp ./local/html/* //data/htdocs/base/rt3/local/html
cp: ./local/html/: A file or directory in the path name does not exist.
make: [local-install] Error 1 (ignored)
cp -rp ./local/po/
cp: ./local/po/*: A file or directory in the path name does not exist.
make: [local-install] Error 1 (ignored)

Those two errors are ignored because the directories don’t need to get
copied over. They only get copied if you’ve got a locally modified
source directory with pre-existing customizations.

cp -rp ./README //data/htdocs/base/rt3/share/doc

Make the libraries readable

make: *** [fixperms] Error 1

My guess there is that for some reason, you don’t have a user or group
that RT is trying to chmod something to. – Trouble Ticketing. Free.
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