Another quick round after TRAC for a decent tracker for freemedia.
This is in continuation to my earlier post. (I already had apache, mysql… but isn’t that too obvious?)
- yum -y install rt3
- Installation location
* /etc/rt3 - RT3 configuration files * /etc/httpd/conf.d/rt3.conf - RT3 configuration file for apache * /usr/sbin/rt3-* - RT3 "helper" applications * /usr/share/doc/rt3 - documentation * /usr/share/rt3/html - installed files for RT3 to be accessed via the web interface
- A great help from now on /usr/share/doc/rt3-3.6.6/README.fedora
- You can get rt working with either mod_fcgid or mod_perl
- I never heard of mod_fcgid but may have heard about perl. So I go with perl 😀 (Don’t abuse me please.)
- yum -y install mod_perl perl-Apache-DBI
- At your /etc/httpd/conf.d/rt3.conf
- ln -s /usr/share/rt3/html/ /var/www/html/rt3
- rt-setup-database –action init –dba-password ******
- service mysqld restart
- service httpd restart
- Here comes the most difficult part I faced during the installation, logging in.
Well, after a long time I found the default username/password.
LoadModule perl_module mod_perl.so Alias /rt "/usr/share/rt3/html" PerlModule Apache::DBI PerlRequire /usr/sbin/webmux.pl <Directory /usr/share/rt3/html> AllowOverride All Options ExecCGI FollowSymLinks <IfModule mod_access.c> Order allow,deny Allow from all </IfModule> </Directory> <Location /rt> RewriteEngine On RedirectMatch permanent (.*)/$ $1/index.html AddDefaultCharset UTF-8 SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler RT::Mason </Location>
Oh…I am working with LIRC and hope to get the hardware working by tomorrow.
Will post about it tomorrow.
err..do you have a spare remote?