Stable RT2 Version?

Hi all, anyone know which RT2 version are stable to use. I have install the RT2 from CVS but it’s
pretty unstable. The one on the net to track the the buglist seems pretty good, can you tell me
which version you are running there?

http://fsck.com/rt2/

Thanks,

Joshua Sun
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Joshua,
Being the developer, I tend to run whatever the latest snapshot
release is. Right now, fsck.com/rt2/ is running something
in the 1.3.101-1.3.102 timeframe. What sorts of bugs have you been seeing?On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 11:33:12AM -0700, Joshua Sun wrote:

Hi all, anyone know which RT2 version are stable to use. I have install the RT2 from CVS but it’s
pretty unstable. The one on the net to track the the buglist seems pretty good, can you tell me
which version you are running there?

http://fsck.com/rt2/

Thanks,


Joshua Sun
Excite@Home
650-556-2850 / jsun@excitecorp.com


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Ooops, then it’s something I didn’t configure correctly then. I’ll try again. I install RT2 twice, the
first time I got some segmentation faults. So I reinstall it again, now it won’t work at all. Of
course I didn’t spend enough time on it. I’ll work on it more before I ask again. Thanks for the quick
response. By the way, RT is a great tool, we use it here everyday. Thanks for the great work!

Josh
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Jesse wrote:

Sounds like you’ve got mod_perl compiled as a DSO. which is known
to just suck.On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 01:26:03PM -0700, Joshua Sun wrote:

Ooops, then it’s something I didn’t configure correctly then. I’ll try again. I install RT2 twice, the
first time I got some segmentation faults. So I reinstall it again, now it won’t work at all. Of
course I didn’t spend enough time on it. I’ll work on it more before I ask again. Thanks for the quick
response. By the way, RT is a great tool, we use it here everyday. Thanks for the great work!

Josh
Excite Operation

Jesse wrote:

Joshua,
Being the developer, I tend to run whatever the latest snapshot
release is. Right now, fsck.com/rt2/ is running something
in the 1.3.101-1.3.102 timeframe. What sorts of bugs have you been seeing?

On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 11:33:12AM -0700, Joshua Sun wrote:

Hi all, anyone know which RT2 version are stable to use. I have install the RT2 from CVS but it’s
pretty unstable. The one on the net to track the the buglist seems pretty good, can you tell me
which version you are running there?

http://fsck.com/rt2/

Thanks,


Joshua Sun
Excite@Home
650-556-2850 / jsun@excitecorp.com


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