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Re: Subversion and Apache versions

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2002-09-03 14:57:18 CEST

I originally had not designed the apache 2 RPMS to co-exist with apache
1.X because I thought RedHat would be switching to apache 2 fairly quickly
a few months ago. Since this did not happen, I re-designed the apache 2
RPMS that I provide to co-exist on the same box with apache 1.X.

Of course, if all you need is local access, you don't need the apache
server but if you want to access it remotely you need the apache server.

Please download my RPMS and give them a try. Please let me know of any
problems encountered. I've been using them for months without problems.

http://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/linux/redhat/RPMS/i386/subversion-latest

or

http://summersoft.fay.ar.us:81/

for the bleeding edge "build-it-yourself" source code RPMs.

On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Jason Filby wrote:

> We'll be upgrading our Linux box to use Oracle 9iAS. The application
> server includes Apache 1.3.22, which is verified to work with
> Oracle's modules. We'd like to run Subversion on this box, but
> suspect that this may pose a problem, since Subversion appears to
> require Apache 2. Is it possible for Subversion (using Apache 2
> libraries) to run on a box with a functioning Apache 1.3.22 server?
>
> I was thinking that this may be possible if we don't use Subversion
> through Apache 2's httpd. After all, doesn't Subversion just require
> the APR of Apache? If we install some of the Apache 2 RPMs, is there
> a way for them to coexist with those of Apache 1.3.22? (so that
> 1.3.22 is not upgraded)

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