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Re: problem configuring subversion (berkeley db)

From: Falko Zurell <falko.zurell_at_avma.de>
Date: 2004-02-26 08:58:01 CET

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I had the same problems and it took me one day to figure out the solution.

One import point seems to be the right entry in /etc/ld.so.conf
There should be an entry pointing to the lib directory of the new
berkeley-db installation so that the libdb.a and libdb.so can be found.

Then compiling the apache server with the explizit flag
- --with-berkeley-db=/usr/local/Berkeley-db-4.2 and installing it.

Now the build of subversion should work.

The point is that the apu-config script from the apache installation
return a wrong database version if this is not correctly configured. If
the apache build can't find the new berkeley db it will include some old
db version which was installed by the linux distribution. The apu-config
script returns "-ldb1" when asked for --libs. But it should return
"-ldb" as the newly created Berkeley version creates libdb.a and db.h.

kind regards


PS: See the topic "BUILD errors with APR under LINUX Subversion 1.0.0"
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