project assist stacks

Because of install issues with projectAssist (it would not successfully install bugzilla or xplanner) I manually installed all the components, including:

  • Tomcat 5.5.23
  • Apache 2.2.4
  • Mysql 5.0.37
  • Perl (ActiveState)
  • Liferay 4.2.1
  • Continuum 1.0.3
  • Xplanner 0.7b
  • Bugzilla 3.0
  • Subversion 1.4.3

All of the separate components are working beautifully under Windows 2000.

When I try and run the projectAssist wizard, it detects bugzilla, continuum & xplanner, but does not detect liferay or subversion

It then complains that does not like the fact that I have already installed apache.

Why does it need it’s own apache? I assume it is because it did not find liferay and/or subversion?

I have installed all the stack components, so it should not have any installing to do, just connect to the pre-existing components and configure users and projects etc.


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Andy is a CISO/CTO in the fintech sector with over 20 years of experience in Software Delivery and Team Leadership in multiple industry domains. Master's Degree (MPA) in Public Administration Information Systems and over 10 years of board governance experience for multiple organisations. Full bio is available at: and links available at or follow him on Twitter at Andy lives in the Wellington region, New Zealand with his wife and two daughters.
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