RedHat 8.0

I just completed an installation of RT2.0.15 on RH8.0. The fact that it
had to be installed on a machine in our DMZ was more of a problem than
the fact that it was RH8.0 (no dns, no ftp out, no ssh out,…)

In fact what I did was install apache 1.3.27, but only listening on
localhost:8000. And I instructed the default apache 2 server using the
rewrite module to proxy the RT server to an SSL’ed name-virtual-host.

Seems to work fine!

Rob

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Hey I would like to know one thing
Does the Redhat 8.0 have a mod_perl installed.
Or we need to reinstall the apache like 7.2
I am about to install RT on Redhat8.0

THanks
NIranjan— Rob Hooft rob@hooft.net wrote:

I just completed an installation of RT2.0.15 on
RH8.0. The fact that it
had to be installed on a machine in our DMZ was more
of a problem than
the fact that it was RH8.0 (no dns, no ftp out, no
ssh out,…)

In fact what I did was install apache 1.3.27, but
only listening on
localhost:8000. And I instructed the default apache
2 server using the
rewrite module to proxy the RT server to an SSL’ed
name-virtual-host.

Seems to work fine!

Rob


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Niranjan Patel wrote:

Hey I would like to know one thing
Does the Redhat 8.0 have a mod_perl installed.
Or we need to reinstall the apache like 7.2
I am about to install RT on Redhat8.0

It’s worse: RH8 has apache 2.0.40, so you need to install 1.3.27 for RT.
OTOH, I find that mod_perl is very helpful with this.

Rob

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you mean RT doesn’t run with Apache 2.0.40
Thanks
Niranjan— Rob Hooft rob@hooft.net wrote:

Niranjan Patel wrote:

Hey I would like to know one thing
Does the Redhat 8.0 have a mod_perl installed.
Or we need to reinstall the apache like 7.2
I am about to install RT on Redhat8.0

It’s worse: RH8 has apache 2.0.40, so you need to
install 1.3.27 for RT.
OTOH, I find that mod_perl is very helpful with
this.

Rob


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Nope. The Apache 2.0 included in RH8 embeds an
incompatible version of mod_perl by default.

RT isn’t the only project suffering from mod
incompatibilities with Apache 2.0. I think RedHat’s
move to 2.0 was premature.

Jesse— Niranjan Patel niranjanalt@yahoo.com wrote:

you mean RT doesn’t run with Apache 2.0.40
Thanks
Niranjan

— Rob Hooft rob@hooft.net wrote:

Niranjan Patel wrote:

Hey I would like to know one thing
Does the Redhat 8.0 have a mod_perl installed.
Or we need to reinstall the apache like 7.2
I am about to install RT on Redhat8.0

It’s worse: RH8 has apache 2.0.40, so you need to
install 1.3.27 for RT.
OTOH, I find that mod_perl is very helpful with
this.

Rob


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