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openbsd_bugzilla [2014/06/03 17:05] (current)
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 +====== OpenBSD Bugzilla ======
  
 +  * [[OpenBSD]]
 +  * [[Bugzilla]]
 +
 +I managed to get an Apache 1.3 Bugzilla installation setup. ​ This is possibly incomplete, and does not aim to be a thorough explanation of how to set it up.
 +
 +==== chroot ====
 +
 +OpenBSD runs Apache in a root jail, at ''/​var/​www''​. ​ It can get a little confusing at times where the configuration files and documents go if just starting. ​ Because of that, a few things happen: some files like SSL certificates,​ are on the root filesystem, and some binaries are copied from the filesystem into the jail, such as ''​perl''​ or ''​mysql''​ and their libraries.
 +
 +==== MySQL ====
 +
 +First, see the [[OpenBSD MySQL]] docs on how to setup the database server.
 +
 +Second, copy some necessary libraries into the chroot. ​ This list is probably incomplete, excessive, or both:
 +
 +<​code>​
 +mkdir -p /​var/​www/​usr/​lib
 +mkdir -p /​var/​www/​usr/​local/​lib/​mysql
 +cd /usr/lib
 +cp libc.so.73.1 ​ libcrypto.so.23.0 ​ libm.so.9.0 ​ libperl.so.14.0 ​ libpthread.so.18.0 ​ libssl.so.20.0 ​ libtermcap.so.14.0 ​ libutil.so.12.0 ​ libz.so.5.0 /​var/​www/​usr/​lib/​
 +cp /​usr/​local/​lib/​mysql/​libmysqlclient.so.23.0 /​var/​www/​usr/​local/​lib/​mysql
 +</​code>​
 +==== Bugzilla ====
 +
 +Bugzilla itself is really simple to setup. ​ Unpack the bugzilla tarball into the directory where you want it to run.  Once there, you will need to install the Perl modules that it needs.
 +
 +Bugzilla makes it easy by downloading and installing the modules locally to the installation,​ meaning it doesn'​t need to use the system modules. ​ To make things equally simple, just let bugzilla install the necessary modules, instead of manually reviewing them:
 +
 +<​code>​
 +perl install-module.pl --all
 +</​code>​
 +
 +Once everything is done, edit the ''​localconfig''​ file and make necessary changes for database user, password.
 +
 +Then check the configuration file and go from there:
 +
 +<​code>​
 +perl checksetup.pl
 +</​code>​
 +
 +==== Apache ====
 +
 +Bugzilla is going to run perl as a CGI binary. ​ Setting up the system with ''​mod_perl''​ is possible, in theory, but I've never been able to get it finished, so this is a simple fallback.