Problem with Apache configuration


#1

I’ve managed to get RT 2.0 installed to the level of reloading Apache,
however, using the ‘PerlRequire /opt/rt/bin/webmux.pl’ she fails because
it is not included in the perl search paths. Do you know how I can get it
included into this search path?

Chris Bowlby,
Web Developer @ Hub.org.
excalibur@hub.org
www.hub.org
1-902-542-3657


#2

I’ve managed to get RT 2.0 installed to the level of reloading Apache,
however, using the ‘PerlRequire /opt/rt/bin/webmux.pl’ she fails because
it is not included in the perl search paths. Do you know how I can get it
included into this search path?

Hmmm, that really shouldnt matter. Of course I’m making that statement
based on the fact that I didnt have to put RT in my searchpath and it
works fine.

Could you prehaps tell me a few things:

(a) Where you have installed RT.
(b) What you put in httpd.conf

-Matt


#3

It might be the fact that RT2 installs (I think) by default into
/opt/rt2 so if thats where your RT2 is installed you should change the
PerlRequire line to be ‘PerlRequire /opt/rt2/bin/webmux.pl’,On Wed, 11 Apr 2001, Chris Bowlby wrote:

I’ve managed to get RT 2.0 installed to the level of reloading Apache,
however, using the ‘PerlRequire /opt/rt/bin/webmux.pl’ she fails because
it is not included in the perl search paths. Do you know how I can get it
included into this search path?

Chris Bowlby,

Web Developer @ Hub.org.
excalibur@hub.org
www.hub.org
1-902-542-3657


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#4

Ok, I’ve managed to figure out what it is, I had a different path
specified, didn’t think of that will I went to answer your first question
:>

Chris Bowlby,
Web Developer @ Hub.org.
excalibur@hub.org
www.hub.org
1-902-542-3657On Wed, 11 Apr 2001, Matt Knopp wrote:

On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 09:41:37AM -0400, Chris Bowlby wrote:

I’ve managed to get RT 2.0 installed to the level of reloading Apache,
however, using the ‘PerlRequire /opt/rt/bin/webmux.pl’ she fails because
it is not included in the perl search paths. Do you know how I can get it
included into this search path?

Hmmm, that really shouldnt matter. Of course I’m making that statement
based on the fact that I didnt have to put RT in my searchpath and it
works fine.

Could you prehaps tell me a few things:

(a) Where you have installed RT.
(b) What you put in httpd.conf

-Matt


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