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Re: RedHat RPMS for 7.3, 8.0, 9.0

From: Steve Williams <sly_at_internode.on.net>
Date: 2003-07-16 15:42:59 CEST

> on the Subversion RPMs works fine. All installed. Woohoo! Not really
> many hoops to jump through to get Subversion installed. The trick is
> knowing _which_ hoops to jump through.

Reduced the number of hoops in my idiot's guide by replacing the whole
cpanflute2 section (four separate steps) with one call to apt-get install

apt-get rocks!

> Now to get a repository going, but I have the Subversion Book for that.

I've got that going now too. Now to set up a fresh RH9 box at work using my
idiot's guide and give it a stress test on a large directory tree of game

The latest version of my idiot's guide...

Install Red Hat 9 in Server configuration. Make sure that mod_perl, mod_php
and mod_python are not installed as part of the Web Server category of
packages. This is because the upgrade to httpd-2.0.47 fails due to
dependency errors with these packages.

Download apt-get


Install apt-get (remember that you must be logged in as root, ie. su root)

# rpm -Uvh apt-0.5.5cnc6-fr1.i386.rpm

First you must update the packages that apt-get knows about

# apt-get update

Get the latest perl-Config-IniFiles package

# apt-get install perl-Config-IniFiles

Get the latest perl-CGI package (required by subversion-tools)

# apt-get install perl-CGI

Download the RPMs for Subversion (all except devel RPMs)


Now you can update Subversion

# rpm -Uvh *.rpm

Subversion should now be successfully installed.


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Received on Wed Jul 16 15:43:55 2003

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