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SV: Can't get dav_Svn to load in Windows 2000 Server

From: Tomas Sandkvist <tomas.sandkvist_at_protang.se>
Date: 2003-09-24 07:51:04 CEST

Hi Branko!!

Tried what you suggest, placed the libraries (libdb40.dll, libeay32.dll, ssleay32.dll) into the bin folder. No success. Actually, on my laptop I have these libraries in d:\Programs\svn and that works?

Any more suggestions would be appreciated


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Från: Branko Cibej [mailto:brane@xbc.nu]
Skickat: den 23 september 2003 21:40
Till: Tomas Sandkvist
Kopia: users@subversion.tigris.org
Ämne: Re: Can't get dav_Svn to load in Windows 2000 Server

Michael Wood wrote:

>On Tue, Sep 23, 2003 at 08:33:31AM +0200, Tomas Sandkvist wrote:
>>Cannot load d:/Program Files/Apache
>>Group/Apache2/modules/mod_dav_svn.so into server: The specified module
>>could not be found.
>>But the module is there, just as all the other modules for Apache!
>>Could this be a path env. variable problem? Have tried to add some
>>paths to svn and to apache to the variable without success. Could this
>>be a access rights problem? But why is only dav_svn making trouble and
>>not ordinary DAV?
>Apache might not be able to find the Berkeley DB libraries. Either put
>them in the same directory as your Apache modules, or put them somewhere
>in the path of the user that Apache runs as.
Yep, this is most often the problem. Except that the best place for the
BDB DLL is in Apache's bin directory.

>P.S. I've never run a Subversion server on Windows,
I have, worse luck, and it's entirely my own fault. :-)

> so the above might
>not be correct, but I seem to remember something like it mentioned a few
>times on the dev list in the past. Search the archives if you're not

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