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Bugzilla 4.0 Install

motorcyclemarket.com
I was wondering which linux operating system to Install Bugzilla on.
I have tried installing on Debian 6 and Centos 5.5 with no luck.  Some
kind of dependancy is always missing.  I neeed an operating system in
which I can run a few simple commands and it installs everything.  Let
me know.

Thank you.
Neil Ghuman
Motorcycle Market.
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RE: Bugzilla 4.0 Install

Tosh, Michael J
motorcyclemarket.com wrote:
> I was wondering which Linux operating system to Install Bugzilla on.
> I have tried installing on Debian 6 and Centos 5.5 with no luck.  Some
> kind of dependency is always missing.  I need an operating system in
> which I can run a few simple commands and it installs everything.  Let
> me know.

As long as you have a properly configured Apache server, and a recent version of Perl, you can install on almost any Linux OS.  Difficulties can arise if you have Apache in a chroot environment though.  I've heard that Ubuntu maintains their own Bugzilla that is easy to install, but I think it is different enough from the base Bugzilla that you have to rely on them to get updates.
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Re: Bugzilla 4.0 Install

motorcyclemarket.com
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On Mar 16, 6:06 am, "Tosh, Michael J" <[hidden email]> wrote:
> motorcyclemarket.com wrote:
> > I was wondering which Linux operating system to Install Bugzilla on.
> > I have tried installing on Debian 6 and Centos 5.5 with no luck.  Some
> > kind of dependency is always missing.  I need an operating system in
> > which I can run a few simple commands and it installs everything.  Let
> > me know.
>
> As long as you have a properly configured Apache server, and a recent version of Perl, you can install on almost any Linux OS.  Difficulties can arise if you have Apache in a chroot environment though.  I've heard that Ubuntu maintains their own Bugzilla that is easy to install, but I think it is different enough from the base Bugzilla that you have to rely on them to get updates.

Finally figured it out.  Have a look at my blog post here:

http://neil.motorcyclemarket.com/

Or more specifically here:

http://neil.motorcyclemarket.com/how-to-install-bugzilla-4-0-step-by-step-tutorial-that-works

So glad it all works.
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Re: Bugzilla 4.0 Install

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On 03/16/2011 01:38 AM, motorcyclemarket.com wrote:
> I was wondering which linux operating system to Install Bugzilla on.
> I have tried installing on Debian 6 and Centos 5.5 with no luck.  Some
> kind of dependancy is always missing.  I neeed an operating system in
> which I can run a few simple commands and it installs everything.  Let
> me know.

        Hey Neil. The best thing to do is probably to follow the Bugzilla Guide
and also use this page:

        https://wiki.mozilla.org/Bugzilla:Prerequisites

        -Max
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