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Re: Has anyone had Fogbugz on Openbsd working?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Has anyone had Fogbugz on Openbsd working?
- From: Scott Plumlee <openbsd_misc_(_at_)_plumlee_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2005 13:29:36 +0000
Has anyone had Fogbugz (from fogcreek) running on openbsd? They list a
bunch of O/S's including OSX and FreeBSD, but to find out if it works I
need to buy it. Which means a bunch of paperwork and approvals to get
it. Then more, if I have to return it and get something different.
If they had a free download trial I would try that, but they only have
I've not found anything on google or their forums on it.
PS. Sorry if the waiting for approval one gets through also - i sent
from the wrong acct (again).
I spoke to a support rep about it before I bought it for our use on a
FreeBSD machine. Wanted to get it running on OpenBSD, but they don't
have anyone (as of several months ago) running it on OpenBSD that they
could find in their knowledge base. They use a particular module that
they don't release the source for (fogbugz.so, if I remember right), so
it only works on particular platforms.
I spent a few minutes the other day messing around with it to see what
would happen if I did FreeBSD binary emulation, but I didn't have time
to correct all the installation parameters to locate the various files
in the right places. I had selected FreeBSD as the install OS, and it
kept expecting things to be in different places. But it might work, and
you can get a 30 day trial period when you can get a refund for any
reason. We just run a single copy, and I think it's only about $130
total for one copy.
If there is anyone else that's wanting to do this, I'll add our name to
any push to have them make an OpenBSD release.
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