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Re: Installing SVN Server on Windows using just binary distributions?

From: Andreas Schildbach <andreas_at_schildba.ch>
Date: 2003-02-13 18:52:08 CET

> > > You may want to try to install subversion one more time, just
> > > remenber to stop Apache before reinstalling. libdb40.dll will not be
> > > installed/updated if Apache runs with mod_dav_svn.co or another
> > > libdb40.dll depended module.
> >
> > I'm afraid this does not work either. The Subversion install program
> > does not do any changes to the Apache2 directory. No libdb40.dll, no
> > mod_dav_svn.so and no changes to httpd.conf.
> I don't see that you have done anything wrong but I have had similar
> problems by myself.
> I had to uninstall the Apache service from the system and install it
> again manually. This is what I did (and I don't know why it worked):
> 1. Stop your Apache service
> 2. Open a console window and cd to the apache.exe binary folder.
> 3. Uninstall the Apache _service_ from your from your system by
> running this command:
> apache -k uninstall
> 4. Install the service again by typing:
> apache -k install
> It looks like Apache have trouble to run if it's installed as an service
> before mod_dav_svn.so are included in your httpd.conf file. The
> reinstalling of the service should fix this.

I'm afraid this still does not work. Starting Apache2 via the Service
Monitor results in the message: "The requested operation has failed!"

Can't imagine what to try next. Due to the lack of senseful error messages I
have no idea.



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Received on Thu Feb 13 18:53:06 2003

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