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 5.8.8.817 (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.

Thoughts?

About andy dingfelder

Andy has over 20 years of technology leadership experience in Software Testing / Development / Project Management and Team Leadership in multiple industry sectors, including: Telco, Healthcare, Technology and government. He is currently working as a Senior Test Consultant for Planit Software Testing. Master's Degree in Public Information Information Systems, and over 10 years of board governance experience for multiple organisations. Full bio is available at: http://www.linkedin.com/in/dingfelder Follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/dingfelder Andy Dingfelder lives in the Wellington region, New Zealand with his wife and two daughters.
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