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Re: Problem: FreeBSD, SVN, MOD_DAV_SVN, Apache2, OpenSSL: Undefined symbol "gdbm_errno"

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-09-19 15:56:07 CEST

Your aprutil is complaining about not finding libgdbm.

Look in the attached file - it contains a dump of the text found in the libgdbm.so.2
- in which you will find gdbm_errno listed.

Shamim Islam

sebi@free.intellinet.pl wrote:
>I've installed Subversion 0.29 on FreeBSD 5.1-Release (server) from ports.
>I've build it using WITH_MOD_DAV_SVN="yes" and installed it.
>I'm using Apache 2.0.47 with OpenSSL 0.9.7a.
>I have possibility to use repositions on the server using svn client from
>another machine in my network.
>Problem is, that on my FreeBSD server every command like: svn, svnadmin,
>svnlook etc. is finished with output:
>/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libaprutil-0.so.9: Undefined symbol
>I have already deinstalled svn and reinstalled again, but problem still
>What can I do to make this commands working?
>After first installation I had svn standalone server. Then I was able to
>create repositions and everything was OK.
>Next, I installed Apache, OpenSSL and reinstalled SVN with WITH_MOD_DAV_SVN.
>Then the problem was started.
>How can I repair it?
>I still want to use svn in cooperation with Apache and OpenSSL, because in
>this case it's working.
>SVN+SSH doesn't work in my network (server FreeBSD, clients MS Windows 2000
>Proffessional + Cygwin).
>Best regards,
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Received on Fri Sep 19 15:56:58 2003

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