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SVN 1.0.0 with FC1 on <=586 CPU

From: C. Heilman <cheilman_at_voicenet.com>
Date: 2004-03-06 04:27:33 CET

Hi users,

    I've had a lot of problems with SVN and FC1, in general, mostly
because of my old hardware (AMDK2-400 and PII-200). Apparently there are
problems with the NPTL on these CPUs - at least in Fedora. (Thanks
again, Toshio, for pointing me in the right direction.)

    I've just gotten David Summers' RPMs working by installing them and
then re-compiling the DB-4.2 with ../dist/configure
--without-posixmutexes. All I did was copy the newly created .so file
over the original in /lib/. Anyone know why this would be a problem
(versus an official make install)? I usually don't install with make so
it probably doesn't matter if the includes and/or static libs are not
correct. I was concerned that the make install might do things that
would get other things screwed up that I wouldn't know what or how to

    Anyway, if anyone else is trying to install this on a FC1 system
with <=i586, this does seem to work. I successfully imported a dump from
a SVN0.20 installation and am able to access it via Apache.

    Also, does anyone know of a SVN plugin for jEdit?


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