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Re: RH9, RPMs, and the Berkeley DB error

From: Mark Murphy <mmurphy_at_arroco.com>
Date: 2004-02-27 02:09:05 CET

David Summers wrote:
> 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?

I don't know. Changing db4 wasn't my idea.

To recap:

-- I installed RH9 on a server several months ago
-- I installed the SVN 1.0.0-1 RH9 RPMs per the instructions
-- I got the "Function not found" error

The FAQ provides the following resolutions for that error:

-- "Rebuild db4 for the kernel you're using", which is what led me down
the path that resulted in my previous message

-- "Use a RedHat 9 kernel", which I am already and is giving me the error

-- "Apply the NPTL patches to the kernel you're using", which causes
question marks to appear in the thought balloon over my head

-- "Use a recent (2.5.x) kernel with the NPTL support included", which
is beyond the scope of my interest in all of this

-- "Check if environment variable LD_ASSUME_KERNEL is set to 2.2.5 , and
if so, unset it before starting Subversion (Apache). (You usually would
set this variable to run Wine or Winex on RedHat 9)", and that variable
is not set and my problem isn't from running SVN under Apache

 From other postings on this list, it appears that others are able to
run SVN 1.0 with plain RH9, which means something's odd with my setup,
though I have no idea what or why.

Mark Murphy

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