Apache2 virtual host for Request Tracker on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

This post is done from memory so YMMV.

After completing the steps in this article you might have a functional Apache2 virtual host for your Request Tracker instance. This is useful when you don’t want to host your RT instance under http://{your IP address}/rt and instead host it under something like http://rt.yourdomain.com.au.

You should have built your RT instance using my guide here.

  • Add your virtual host configuration to apache as you would normally.  See the apache docs if you need to.
  • Copy the RT config from /etc/request-tracker3.8/apache2-modperl2.conf into your virtual host config and amend as necessary.
  • Edit /etc/request-tracker3.8/RT_SiteConfig.d/50-debconf and change the values the following values:
  • Update your rtconfig with a `/usr/sbin/update-rt-siteconfig`
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