I would like to call for beta testers my newly released Request Tracker
This release corresponds to the main branch’s 2.1.12 version, but
with additional tweaks both as patches to the source and as helper
files under the winrt/ directory.
There are four files available for download:
This executable is a all-in-one installer for general users.
It defaults to install in “Program Files\Request Tracker”,
but any other directory will do. It comes with Apache2.0.36,
Perl 5.7.3-blead (build 16610), MySQL 4.0.1-Max, RT 2.1.12
(patched), as well as the WinRT helper files under winrt/.
After installation, it automatically creates a Desktop shortcut
named ‘Launch RT’ and run it, which should register a 'RT’
service in the system, launch Apache2 Monitor in the Tray bar,
as well as popping out a browser that lets you log in to RT.
The user name is the default ‘root’, and the password is
’password’. Please change them at your earliest convenience.
Also enabled is the Integrated NT domain logon, for accounts
that have the matching ‘UnixLoginname’ (a.k.a. ‘Gecos’) fields.
This currently requires Internet Explorer 4.0 or above to work.
Configuration are kept under winrt/conf/. Server logs are under
winrt/logs/. You could generally use the Apache2 Monitor to
This file contains the rt/, winrt/ and perl/site/lib directories
from the above installation; it is intended for developers that
wishes to build one’s own environment. You need to install the
latest version of Perl (with ithreads), MySQL (with InnoDB)
and Apache2 to the perl/, mysql/ and apache/ directories, run
winrt/bin/initdb.bat to initialize the database, and (optionally)
use MakeNSIS to build a distribution from winrt/build/rt.nsi.
Use winrt/bin/winrt.bat to start the RT service.
This file contains the rt/ and winrt/ directories in UNIX line
ending, aimed for non-win32 developers and RT core developers
for the ease of merging.
This file is the unified diff between the rt/ directory and the
official rt-2-1-12.tar.gz distribution. See this for what has
been changed to the main branch.
Please report any problems to email@example.com.