Am Wed, 05 Feb 2014 06:23:25 +0100 schrieb Chris <ch2009 at arcor.de>: > Well, it seems you have to install RT manually on CentOS 6 . > > On 02/05/2014 12:33 AM, Rainer Duffner wrote: > > I have no experience with Debian/Ubuntu, but I’d really only use > > packages in case I could package them up myself, specifically for > > this task. > > For Debian, there are packages readily available, which get updated > automatically. Well, there are also packages for FreeBSD. RT and all dependencies. > I had not any problems with dependencies. You don't > have to do anything. Sorry, to say this on this list, but this is a > task I would choose Debian for . The reason I wouldn't just blindly install or update packages is that I don't believe that even the Debian guys do sufficient testing to ensure that RT actually works after the update. This is, of course, a highly RT-specific discussion. But in defense of CentOS, I don't see a fundamental problem running RT on it - actually, due to the long support-cycles, it might even be better suited than e.g. Ubuntu LTS. Ticketing-Systems usually have exceptionally long replacement-cycles. You just have to make sure you know what you are doing and find a usable change-management strategy.