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Re: Compiling complete system

From: Buddy Burden <buddy_at_barefoot.net>
Date: 2004-01-15 21:35:33 CET


> Once you build and install Apache 2.0.48 and Berkeley 4.2.52, you
> shouldn't have any need to do anything when upgrading Subversion.

Right. That's why I put them in separate subdirs.

> You may as well install those in their default locations (
> /usr/local/apache2 and /usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.2 respectively).

I don't want to do that because this isn't completely my box, and I prefer
to keep everything I'm adding in one place so it's easy to expunge in case
of conflicts. Just a little paranoia on my part here.

> For Berkeley, you don't need any commandline options at all (unless you
> still want to change the prefix).

I tried that the first time but it didn't work. Somebody (Apache, IIRC)
couldn't find DB4. It worked after adding those two options (I assumed it
was enable-cxx rather than enable-compat185 that had an impact), but then I
admit that I haven't been rigorous about only changing one thing every time I
try again. The entire process is so long I've been a bit impatient ... so I
suppose those two options might not have had anything to do with it at all.

> The APR/APRUTIL which come with Apache 2.0.48 work just fine. See my
> earlier posting to "Travis" for the way I build everything in order.

I will try your simpler instructions. So far every attempt gives me one of
the two errors I mentioned (in my self-reply), no matter which APR I use.

                -- Buddy

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