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From: Joshua Burshaw <burshaw_at_cogeco.ca>
Date: 2004-01-24 00:49:56 CET

Hello, I was giving access to a sun sparc system with Solaris 8 on it to
install Subversion and I've had a few problems,

The only problem that I haven't been able to resolve is mod_svn

When I got the system it already had apache2 installed, so I installed the
Berkeley DB and Subversion but when I look at the loaded modules for Apache
mod_dav_svn isn't there.


So I check the modules folder to see if I just need to add a line to the
config file, the module isn't there either.


I checked the source of subversion that I downloaded and installed and the
source for the mod_dav_svn is in there but the are only *.c files in the

What I need is a *.so file to load the module.


Any idea what I can do to get that module loaded?

Or do I need to reinstall everything?


Thanks for your help,

Damn redhat makes this too easy!, I wish Solaris used rpm's


Received on Sat Jan 24 05:14:28 2004

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