> "didn't work"
Meaning that the same display problem occurred after first installing
Review Board via Yum.
> "isn't kept up to date"
# cat /etc/redhat-release
CentOS Linux release 6.0 (Final)
# yum list ReviewBoard
Installing via easy_install allowed me to pick up 2.0.12.
> generally release updated versions into the epel-testing repository
within 48 hours
That's great! Thanks for this work. Native package management is definitely
easier on users.
> *should* be the preferred way to run Review Board on RHEL/CentOS 7
I know that enterprise Linux distributions prefer not to change major
versions, apis, etc. So while keeping up to date is a nice goal, you may
hit resistance. I suppose that's when you introduce a number after the
package name, e.g. ReviewBoard3. :-)
Christian stopped responding. I wonder if he ran out of ideas. Has anyone
else deployed on RHEL/CentOS lately? How'd it go?
On Friday, January 9, 2015 at 9:00:33 AM UTC-6, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> On Thu, 2015-01-08 at 17:41 -0800, Justin Palmer wrote:
> > I started with:
> > $ yum install httpd mod_wsgi postgresql-server ReviewBoard
> > $ service postgresql initdb
> > $ service postgresql start
> > $ createdb reviewboard
> > $ createuser -P
> > $ psql... grant all...
> > $ rb-site install...
> > $ chown -R...
> > $ echo "Include apache-wsgi.conf" >> httpd.conf
> > $ service httpd start
> > When this didn't work and I realized it isn't kept up-to-date, I went
> > the easy_install route.
> Umm, what do you mean by "didn't work" and "isn't kept up to date"?
> I maintain the EPEL 7 packages for ReviewBoard and generally release
> updated versions into the epel-testing repository within 48 hours of the
> upstream release (in the case of 2.0.12, it was within 12 hours).
> I'd love to know what was not working, so I can fix it... This really
> *should* be the preferred way to run Review Board on RHEL/CentOS 7.
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