So, I’m going slightly nuts trying to deploy RT 3.4.2 in a virgin Debian
Woody environment. Having installed PostgreSQL 7.4, built my own Perl
5.8.6 and mod_perl 1.29 DSO and satisified all the Perl dependencies via
the CPAN shell, as well as configured up Apache, I appear to be
tantalisingly close to a working installation. Oh, and I installed RT as
well (including the database setup).
What I have now is something I can log into as ‘root’ with the default
password and click around a bit in. However, many links (e.g.
Tickets) result in content my browser (Firefox) wants to download rather
than display, presumably because it still looks a lot like Mason code as
opposed to renderable HTML. Other links, such as "Configuration -> Users"
do kinda work.
Something akin to Mason does indeed appear to be parsing the raw files and
producing content, because if I comment out, say, "PerlHandler RT::Mason"
in httpd.conf, I get plain code in my browser (i.e. no download dialog).
Does this ring any bells for anyone? Have I missed something small, yet
vital? I’ll keep plugging away, but any clues would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,