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Re: Getting SVN and Apache2 to work on Windows 2000.

From: Jostein Chr. Andersen <jostein_at_josander.net>
Date: 2004-01-14 17:58:17 CET

On Wednesday 14 January 2004 17.39, Joshua Little wrote:
> >Copy the libdb42.dll from the Subversion bin path to your module
> > folder and everything should be fine.
> Thank you so much Jostien, that worked like a charm :) Well I'm
> guessing that the mod_dav_svn.so file is trying to load the berkley
> dll and on Windows the directories need to be added to the Path or
> something? Like if the svn/bin directory is in the path it would work
> correctly? Or is there something else causeing this little hiccup?

The educated people have diffrent answers here:

I do usually not have this problem on my XP and NT4 (the setup updates
the path). I run into trouble, then I just log out and in again. But
this subject have more stories:

* Some people (like you) fix it by copying libdb42.dll to the modules
  folder. Well, the strange thing here is that the apache module may
  use the libdb42.dll in the subversion path next time your machine
  restarts (you can check it by trying to delete modules\libdb42.dll
  while Apache is running). This is not supposed to be possible with
  a Windows sevice..
* Most people do never have problems at all.

I fix it tomorrow or Friday by copying libdb42.dll to _both_ the
subversion path and Apache's modules folder.


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