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Re: RH9, RPMs, and the Berkeley DB error

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2004-02-27 01:39:11 CET

On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Mark Murphy wrote:

> Environment: virgin Red Hat 9 with the stock db4_4.0.14-20 edition of
> Berkeley DB.
> Subversion: from the RH9 1.0.0-1 RPMs that Mr. Summers is kindly making
> available (many thanks!)
> And...I'm getting the "Function not found" error mentioned in the FAQ
> when attempting to create my first repository. The FAQ makes it seem
> like I recompiled the kernel, which I didn't.
> I downloaded and built 4.2.52 of Berkeley DB, but I don't generally
> compile widely-shared libs like this from source (yeah, yeah, I'm a
> wuss), and I haven't a clue how to tell SVN to use the newer db4 libs.
> Suffice it to say that simply ./configure, make, make install didn't
> change anything from SVN's standpoint, as I still get the error.
> Anything I can do to use the SVN RPMs, by pointing them to the right
> Berkeley DB stuff?

Just curious, was there something that the RedHat 9 db4-4.0.14-20.i386.rpm
built in to RedHat 9 wouldn't do for you?

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