RT2 - README file "mistakes"


#1

When playing with CVS of RT2, I noticed that in the README file there
are some small mistakes:

At the WEBUI part, there are this instructions to set your httpd.conf:

DocumentRoot /opt/rt/WebRT/html ServerName your.rt.server.hostname PerlModule Apache::DBI PerlRequire /opt/rt/bin/webmux.pl SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler RT::Mason

the /opt/rt should be /opt/rt2 if i’m not mistaken?

A.


#2

the /opt/rt should be /opt/rt2 if i’m not mistaken?

Only if that is where you installed rt. Personally, I’ve never bought
into the ‘/opt’ thing – so for me both would be wrong.

-Matt


#3

I agree with you but, if the Makefile’s default is this:

RT_PATH is the name of the directory you want make to install RT in

RT must be installed in its own directory (don’t set this to /usr/local)

RT_PATH = /opt/rt2

I really suggest that the same is in the README, that way perhaps the
mailing list(s) will avoid begginer users asking questions which were
related to simple copy & pasting.

A.

Matt Knopp wrote:


#4

nod the docs should at least be consistent. Even if not everyone agrees
about where things should go…On Wed, May 23, 2001 at 05:00:23PM +0200, Alesh Mustar wrote:

I agree with you but, if the Makefile’s default is this:

RT_PATH is the name of the directory you want make to install RT in

RT must be installed in its own directory (don’t set this to /usr/local)

RT_PATH = /opt/rt2

I really suggest that the same is in the README, that way perhaps the
mailing list(s) will avoid begginer users asking questions which were
related to simple copy & pasting.

A.

Matt Knopp wrote:

the /opt/rt should be /opt/rt2 if i’m not mistaken?

Only if that is where you installed rt. Personally, I’ve never bought
into the ‘/opt’ thing – so for me both would be wrong.

-Matt


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