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Can someone please walk me thru installing Bugzilla on CentOS 5.5 step by step? I want to learn how to install on my own pc, cause I will have to install it later on this semester for my professor.
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Bugzilla might not always be the latest stable in the yum repositories. You may want to look into the documentation here: http://www.bugzilla.org/docs/
You need Apache and MySQL servers running for bugzilla though. And there are a lot of perl modules that are required to be installed for proper functioning of bugzilla. There is a script there which can help you install the modules.