Installing Bugzilla 4.0.2 in a closed network...too many dependencies
I've been trying to install Bugzilla 4.0.2 on a RHEL5 server that doesn't have access to the internet. I've got as far as ./checksetup.pl because I've spent the last hours of my life trying to track down the hundreds of needed perl modules on the internet. Unfortunately every dependency I find has 5 more dependencies that I must download, copy over to my network, and then install manually.
I must ask is there an easier way? Or at least a central source for the perl modules (not CPAN) that bugzilla needs so that I can move them all over at once?
Thanks in advance.
How about a standalone version on a VM? http://www.turnkeylinux.org/bugzilla
Thanks Jefro, but I fought my way through dependency hell and was able to stand up my new bugzilla server successfully. I plan on making a detailed guide on how I was able to move my bugzilla install to another server while upgrading it to the lastest stable version in the process. It's pretty straight forward but can get sticky in a few areas.
For anyone who is installing Bugzilla 4.0.2 on RHEL5 x86_64 and needs the required perl modules here they are.
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