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Re: my experience compiling on RedHat 7.3

From: Scott Harrison <sharrison_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2002-08-01 23:19:17 CEST

Dear David:

That is an intriguing idea and I like that path better.
I had originally only gone with what I thought was
the "obvious" approach as written on the website.

I am now banging my head about this:
[projects]$ svn import http://localhost:8080/svn/repos . projects

svn_error: #21097 : <RA layer request failed>
  OPTIONS request failed on /svn/repos

From the mailing lists, I am sensing that this is most
likely a version-related problem...

so now I really really want to
"grab the latest stuff from http://summersoft.fay.ar.us:81/"



> I'm glad you were able to use my RPMS to bootstrap....but it seems (to me)
> that it might have been easier if you went this route:
> * download the latest RPMS from
> http://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/linux/redhat/i386/subversion-latest.
> * Use those to go grab the latest stuff from
> http://summersoft.fay.ar.us:81/
> * Once you get those in your $HOME/rpms/sources directory just go into
> each of those directories and "rpm -ba *.spec" and then install the latest
> binaries from that.
> * Then check out subversion and go to the packages/rpm directory and type
> "make" and it will build the latest subversion packages for you.
> Then install that and you're up-to-date and can stay up-to-date fairly
> easily almost every day.
> I can be more detailed if any of the above was not detailed enough.
> It might be easier that way than just using the original RPMS to bootstrap
> and then having to re-do all the work that the RPMs automate.
> Please let me know what you think about that scenario.
> - David Summers

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Received on Thu Aug 1 23:22:42 2002

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