I am attempting to get Request Tracker to use a PostgreSQL database and need
to run,as root, a script :-
/usr/sbin/rt-setup-database-3.6 –action init –dba rtuser
this fails with
RT couldn’t load RT config file /etc/request-tracker3.6/RT_SiteConfig.pm as:
The file is owned by user root and group root.
This usually means that the user/group your webserver is running
as cannot read the file. Be careful not to make the permissions
on this file too liberal, because it contains database passwords.
You may need to put the webserver user in the appropriate group
(root) or change permissions be able to run succesfully.
but the file has the following attributes:-
root@general:~# ls -al /etc/request-tracker3.6/RT_SiteConfig.pm
-rw-r–r-- 1 root root 886 2009-01-20 06:45
Please tell me what I am missing.
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