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Re: Apache 2.0 problem

From: Arnout Standaert <arnout.standaert_at_student.kuleuven.ac.be>
Date: 2004-02-24 17:12:08 CET

Simon Platten wrote:
> When I tried to start apache it would fail with a dialog saying `The requested operation has failed!'
> Apache will not start until I take out the LoadModule for mod_dav_svn.so
> I have read the additional material with the installation, including the w32notes.txt and copied the libdb42.dll to the apache\bin folder however this has not resolved the issue.

For the installation here on my system, I've followed the
documentation on the TortoiseSVN website:


Things that I didn't see in your description, and that you might have

- libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll should also be copied. I don't know if
it makes a difference, but all three dll files are in my
apache/modules directory (instead of apache/bin).

- have you also uncommented mod_dav_fs in your httpd.conf?

- have you also copied mod_authz_svn.so to your apache/modules
directory, and added mod_authz_svn in your httpd.conf?

Anyway, just do a check of your Apache configuration based on the
setup guide, and you should be up and running.


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Received on Tue Feb 24 17:11:53 2004

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