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= Introduction =
= Introduction =


= The best/easiest distribution for RT =
= The best/easiest distribution for RT =


There is no the best or the easiest. People run RT on Arch Linux, Debian, FreeBSD, NetBSD, RH7/8/9, RHEL, CentOS, Fedora, Solaris, SuSE, Gentoo, OpenBSD.
People run RT on Arch Linux, Debian, FreeBSD, NetBSD, RH7/8/9, RHEL, CentOS, Fedora, Solaris, SuSE, Gentoo, OpenBSD.


Just look at the list of guides below. Pick a distro you're familiar with, check if it has packages for the latest stable RT or install from source.
Just look at the list of guides below. Pick a distro you're familiar with, check if it has packages for the latest stable RT or install from source.
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** [https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Request_Tracker Request Tracker (Arch Wiki)]
** [https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Request_Tracker Request Tracker (Arch Wiki)]
* CentOS:
* CentOS:
** [[CentOS5InstallPlusSome]] (CentOS 5.4 + Active Directory 2003 + Exchange 2007 + Postfix + RT 3.8.7)
** [http://howtoconfigure.blogspot.pt/2013/05/how-to-install-request-tracker-40x-in.html CentOS 5.x and 6.x (RT 4.0.5)] (CentOS 5.x / 6.x + RT 4.0.5)
** [http://harbot.wordpress.com/2012/05/22/how-to-install-request-tracker-4-0-5-in-centos6/ CentOS 6.2 (RT 4.0.5)] (An unofficial installation guide)
** [http://gregorbinder.blogspot.it/2012/04/how-to-install-request-tracker-4-on.html CentOS 6.2 (RT 4.0.5)] (A slightly different unofficial installation guide compared to the one above)
** [http://binarynature.blogspot.pt/2013/05/install-request-tracker-4.html CentOS 6.4 (RT 4.2)] (CentOS-6.4 - x86_64 Minimal Install + RT 4.2)
** [[CentOS7Install]] (CentOS 7.2.1511 install using Perl RPMs and CPANminus to source CPAN dependencies)
** [[CentOS7Install]] (CentOS 7.2.1511 install using Perl RPMs and CPANminus to source CPAN dependencies)
* Cygwin
** [[CygwinInstallGuide]]
* Debian GNU/Linux:
** [[DebianSqueezeInstallGuide]] (RT 4, via apt)
** [[DebianLennyInstallGuide]] (RT 3.81, mysql 5, postifx)
** [[DebianLennySourceInstallGuide]]
** [[DebianEtchSourceInstallGuide]]
** [[DebianStableInstallGuide|DebianSargeeInstallGuide]]
** [http://binarynature.blogspot.com/2013/10/install-request-tracker-4-on-ubuntu-server.html Debian 7.2 (RT 4.2)] (Ubuntu guide with Debian-specific notes; Apache, MySQL)
** [[DebianJessieInstallGuide]] (RT 4.2, via apt, nginx/apache)
* Fedora:
** [[FedoraCore1InstallGuide]]
** [[FedoraCore2InstallGuide]]
** [[FedoraCore4InstallGuide]]
** Fedore Core 5 and greater have packages, see below
* MacOSX:
** [[MacOSXServerInstallGuide]]
** [[MacOSX SnowLeopard ClientInstallGuide|MacOSX_SnowLeopard_ClientInstallGuide]]
** [[Mac_OSX_10.6.8_Snow_Leopard_Server_Install]]
* OpenBSD:
** [[OpenBSD38InstallGuide]]
** [[OpenBSD40InstallGuide]]
* openSUSE
** [[OpenSUSE123InstallGuide|openSUSE 12.3]]
** [[OpenSUSE122InstallGuide|openSUSE 12.2]]
** [http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/OpenSuSE113InstallPlus OpenSuSE 11.3 InstallGuide + MySQL + RTFM and more]
* RedHat EL:
** [[RHEL4InstallGuide]]
** [[Rhel5InstallGuide|RHEL5InstallGuide]]
* Slackware
** [[SlackwareInstallGuide]]
* Solaris
** [[SolarisInstallGuide]]
* [[SuSE|SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE):]]
* [[SuSE|SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE):]]
** [[SLES11InstallGuide]]
** [[SLES11InstallGuide]]
** [[SuSE10InstallGuide]]
** [[SuSE93InstallGuide]]
** [[SuSEOracleInstall]]
* Ubuntu
** [http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/Ubuntu_8.04.1 Ubuntu 8.04.1 + RT 3.8.1 + MySQL]
** [http://catcon.wordpress.com/2009/05/20/installing-request-tracker-3-8-2-on-ubuntu-server-9-04/ Ubuntu 9.04 + RT 3.8.2 + MySQL]
** [http://catcon.wordpress.com/2009/06/09/upgrading-to-request-tracker-3-8-3/ Upgrade from 3.8.2 to 3.8.3]
** [http://wiki.bestpractical.com/view/HowToInstallRequest-Tracker3.8OnUbunto9.10 Ubuntu 9.10 + RT 3.8.4 + MySQL]
** [[WithEmailFacility|Ubuntu 10.04 with inbound/outbound email facility]]
** [[Ubuntu 12.10 Install Guide]] (RT4, nginx, Fast-CGI, Postfix)
** [http://requesttracker.wikia.com/wiki/Ubuntu_13.04_Server_and_Request_Tracker Ubuntu 13.04 With RT4.0 ]
** [http://binarynature.blogspot.com/2013/10/install-request-tracker-4-on-ubuntu-server.html Ubuntu 13.10 (RT 4.2, Apache, MySQL)]
==== Packaged Installs ====
* [[Rhel5InstallGuide]]
* [[CentOS5InstallGuide]]
* [[RHELorCentOSusingEPEL]]
* [[DebianInstallGuide]]
** Portuguese translation: [[GuiaInstalacaoDebian]]
* Fedora:
** [[FedoraCore5InstallGuide]]
** [[FedoraCore6InstallGuide]]
** [[FedoraCore7InstallGuide]]
** [[FedoraCore9InstallGuide]]
* [[FreeBSDInstallGuide]]
* [http://requesttracker.wikia.com/wiki/FreeBSDInstallGuide_-_RT4.2 FreeBSDInstallGuide_-_RT4.2]
* [[GentooInstallGuide]]
* [[MandrivaInstallGuide]]
* [[RPMInstall]]
** (RHEL/CentOS/WBEL, updated for v3.4.5. Includes how to get mod_perl2 running)
* [[SolarisBlastwaveInstallGuide]]
* [[SuSE]]:
** [[OpenSUSE123InstallGuide]]
** [[OpenSUSE122InstallGuide]]
* Ubuntu:
** [[UbuntuInstallGuide]]
** [[UbuntuInstallGuide2]] (Ubuntu 6.06 / RT 3.6 / mysql)
** [[UbuntuHardyInstallGuide]] (Ubuntu 8.04 / RT 3.6 / mysql)
* Vmware:
** [[VmwareInstall]]
* Virtual Appliances:
** [[Proxmox VE RT Appliance|Proxmox_VE_RT_Appliance]] (RT 3.8.x)
==== Perl Module Repositories for RHEL/CentOS ====
* [[RHEL5RepoArchive]]


= Database Specific Notes =
= Database Specific Notes =

Revision as of 16:24, 4 October 2021

Introduction

The best/easiest distribution for RT

People run RT on Arch Linux, Debian, FreeBSD, NetBSD, RH7/8/9, RHEL, CentOS, Fedora, Solaris, SuSE, Gentoo, OpenBSD.

Just look at the list of guides below. Pick a distro you're familiar with, check if it has packages for the latest stable RT or install from source.

Generic Installation Guides

Platform-Specific Installation Guides

Database Specific Notes

Web Server Specific Notes

Upgrading

Other

Deployment guides

Documents which explain why and which way, rather than how.