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Expected version '1'; found no version at all;

From: <Patrick.LOGE_at_cec.eu.int>
Date: 2003-08-25 11:43:48 CEST

Hi all,

When I try to acces a new repository created with "svnadmin create
trough HTTP, I get the following error :

Expected version '1' of repository; found no version at all; is
`/Big/svn/Project1' a valid repository path?

I've seen this a couple of time in the mailing list archive.
It seems to be related to the Berkeley DB version apache is linked to.

My question is : I'd like to know how I can check wich Berkeley DB my apache
is linked to...

I'm using Mandrake 9.1 with the latest apache 2 *RPM's* (2.0.47).
I didn't compile httpd2 with "--with-berkeley-db "
Apache doesn't complain about mod_dav and mod_dav_svn modules,
everything seems to start without any error.
I double check the SVNPath in httpd.conf, and apache has read-write access
to th repos dir

Any suggestion ?

Thanks a lot in advance

Patrick LOGÉ

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