RT3.8.8 CentOs

Where can I find RT3.8.8compiled version for CentOs ?

Radouan Bouzite
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Ipex Management Inc.
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Bouzite, Radouan wrote:

Where can I find RT3.8.8compiled version for CentOs ?
There is no RT3.8.8 version yet in any repo that I know of. But you
could download the source, run configure and install it.
Using ‘make fixdeps’ will fix all dependancies for you.
Run Centos5 with rt3.8.8 myself and no problems

Regards,

Joop

Where can I find RT3.8.8compiled version for CentOs ?
You don’t. Perl is not a compiled language. Just download the source
tarball and install.
If there’s no guide on the wiki for you specific version, try another
or the RHEL guides.

Where can I find RT3.8.8compiled version for CentOs ?
You don’t. Perl is not a compiled language. Just download the source

He’s looking for RPMs, which would be nice to have. A recent update to
our server momentarily broke our RT install because it’s not part of
the package management system .

I founf RT 3.6 in
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/CentOS5InstallGuide and it was very
simple to install , but did not find 3.8.8, also I tried to install from
Source follwing the steps in
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/CentOS5InstallPlusSome

but have problems the fix all dependencies with make fixdeps .

Radouan Bouzite
Unix/SAN Admin.
Ipex Management Inc.
Tel : (514) 769 3445 ext 291
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Subject: Re: [rt-users] RT3.8.8 CentOs

Where can I find RT3.8.8compiled version for CentOs ?
You don’t. Perl is not a compiled language. Just download the source

He’s looking for RPMs, which would be nice to have. A recent update to
our server momentarily broke our RT install because it’s not part of
the package management system .

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If you’re looking for assistance installing/configuring RT in CentOS, there
is a thread titled ‘Reqest Tracker CentOS 5.3 setup’ in the RT mailing list
archives. Should be dated April 24th, 2009.

James MoseleyOn Fri, May 28, 2010 at 2:53 PM, Bouzite, Radouan radbou@ipexna.com wrote:

I founf RT 3.6 in
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/CentOS5InstallGuide and it was very
simple to install , but did not find 3.8.8, also I tried to install from
Source follwing the steps in
http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/CentOS5InstallPlusSome

but have problems the fix all dependencies with make fixdeps .

He’s looking for RPMs, which would be nice to have. A recent update to
our server momentarily broke our RT install because it’s not part of
the package management system .
That’s not what he said though.

It’s also complicated by the fact RH/CentOS has an out-of-date File::Temp.
If you’re installing all of RT with local:lib, you need to keep an eye
on logwatch
reports for signs of up2date clobbering it.

It’s also complicated by the fact RH/CentOS has an out-of-date File::Temp.
If you’re installing all of RT with local:lib, you need to keep an eye
on logwatch reports for signs of up2date clobbering it.
If you’re NOT installing all of RT with local:lib, that is.

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It’s also complicated by the fact RH/CentOS has an out-of-date File::Temp.
If you’re installing all of RT with local:lib, you need to keep an eye
on logwatch reports for signs of up2date clobbering it.
If you’re NOT installing all of RT with local:lib, that is.

This is the VERY reason I built my own RPMs for RT and then set Yum to hold
the current packages for File::Temp that I built.

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