To add to the other responses, I have determined for some time that trying to get the
myriad dependencies loaded into the system Perl on any RHEL flavor is a losing battle. I
generally have a self-contained Perl deployment (e.g., installed into /opt/rt or similar)
with all modules installed there via CPAN distinct from the system packages. This
requires some additional care when installing extensions, setting up fcgid, etc., but it
saves so much hassle it is well worth the effort. These days, I would consider doing this
in Docker to make spinning up new instances even simpler,
MarkOn 9/3/2015 3:34 AM, Tom Misilo wrote:
yes I am running as root.
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From: Landon Stewart email@example.com
Date: 09/02/2015 7:28 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: Tom Misilo firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [rt-users] RT 4.2.12 and CentOS 7
On Sep 2, 2015, at 10:23 AM, Tom Misilo <email@example.com mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I was wondering if anyone has successfully used ï¿½make fixdepsï¿½ with Request Tracker on
CentOS 7? As it seems like cpan only installs to the local users home directory in a
~/perl5 folder and not systemwide. Which when using Request Tracker and mod_fcgid
apache does not find any of the modules.
Are you running ‘make fixdeps’ as root privileges?
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