RT installation via RedHat?

To list,

Is there a comprehensive instruction list for installing RT 3.8.x on/via
RedHat?

We tried solaris and got no joy from our support group, but since we can
control our own VM, we want to try it that way. Thanks in advance.

Kenn
LBNL

RT is not that hard to install. I’ve installed it on numerous rpm based
systems, redhat, fedora, centos - all without problem and incident. From
source, and from RPM. Google for RT install centos guide - should get
you what you need.

Gabriel,

Thanks. I did look at the jwhite3 docs, but that seems to be limited to
3.6.6/MySQL and we want 3.8.6/Oracle. I’ll check out the Centros stuff.

Kenn
LBNLOn 11/3/2009 9:57 AM, Gabriel - IP Guys wrote:

RT is not that hard to install. I’ve installed it on numerous rpm based
systems, redhat, fedora, centos - all without problem and incident. From
source, and from RPM. Google for RT install centos guide - should get
you what you need.

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Subject: [rt-users] RT installation via RedHat?

To list,

Is there a comprehensive instruction list for installing RT 3.8.x
on/via
RedHat?

We tried solaris and got no joy from our support group, but since we
can
control our own VM, we want to try it that way. Thanks in advance.

Kenn
LBNL


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Ken Crocker wrote:

Gabriel,

Thanks. I did look at the jwhite3 docs, but that seems to be limited to
3.6.6/MySQL and we want 3.8.6/Oracle. I’ll check out the Centros stuff.

Drop me a line if you need help. We’re an Oracle shop and I have
switched from Ubuntu to Centos and regularly install RT from source.
Whole process shouldn’t take more then 4 hours max, that is including
installing Centos, Oracle 10g, RT

Regards,

Joop

Ken Crocker wrote:

To list,

Is there a comprehensive instruction list for installing RT 3.8.x on/via
RedHat?

We tried solaris and got no joy from our support group, but since we can
control our own VM, we want to try it that way. Thanks in advance.

This one seems to work pretty well for new installations.

http://www.ptitov.net/2008/07/request-tracker-installation-o.html

Regards,
Max

Max Hetrick wrote:

Ken Crocker wrote:

To list,

Is there a comprehensive instruction list for installing RT 3.8.x on/via
RedHat?

We tried solaris and got no joy from our support group, but since we can
control our own VM, we want to try it that way. Thanks in advance.

This one seems to work pretty well for new installations.

http://www.ptitov.net/2008/07/request-tracker-installation-o.html

I used this to install RT using PostgreSQL as the database on a
remote/separate system. Was a smooth process.

\||/
Rod

Max,

Thanks. I’ll take a look.

Kenn
LBNLOn 11/3/2009 10:45 AM, Max Hetrick wrote:

Ken Crocker wrote:

To list,

Is there a comprehensive instruction list for installing RT 3.8.x on/via
RedHat?

We tried solaris and got no joy from our support group, but since we can
control our own VM, we want to try it that way. Thanks in advance.

This one seems to work pretty well for new installations.

http://www.ptitov.net/2008/07/request-tracker-installation-o.html

Regards,
Max


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