On Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 10:59 AM, Michael Diers <mdiers_at_elegosoft.com> wrote:
> On 2011-08-10 19:48, Kathy Khaghani wrote:
>> Hello again,
>> In hopes of fixing an error on apache server crashing every time a commit is done, I upgraded my svn to:
>> svnadmin, version 1.6.17 (r1128011)
>> My openssl version is:
>> OpenSSL 0.9.7f 22 Mar 2005
>> And apache server:
>> Server version: Apache/2.0.54
>> So I downloaded the source for subversion and subversion-deps and compiled them:
>> ./configure --with-ssl --with-libs=/usr/lib --prefix=/usr/local/src/subversion-1.6.17
>> make install
>> and now I get this error when I commit or svn list:
>> svn: SSL is not supported
>> any suggestion is highly appreciated.
>> Best regards,
> Are you really running Fedora Core 4 on your server? It was released in
> 2005, and has been unsupported by the Fedora Project since 2007 or so.
> That means it has not seen any security updates in yonks...
> The SSL library is not part of the subversion-deps tarball. You'll most
> likely need to install the SSL development kit packages from the Fedora
> package repository (openssl or gnutls). Or build those from source as
> well, as there probably won't be any current releases packaged for FC4.
Or simply update your Fedoar. Seriously, you're going to run into
problems like this more and more as you try to use contemporary
versions of open source components. It's not fair, to the developers
of those products, to rely on compatibility with obsolete operating
Received on 2011-08-16 17:23:27 CEST