On Mon, 2004-03-22 at 18:20, Mark Jaffe wrote:
> Is there any clear and ordered process to install from rpm? I am
> running Fedora Core 1 and started from rpm -i
> subversion-1.0.1-1.fc1.i386.rpm and got the following result:
Where did you get that RPM?
> error: Failed dependencies:
> apr >= 0.9.5 is needed by subversion-1.0.1-1
> apr-util >= 0.9.5 is needed by subversion-1.0.1-1
> db42 >= 4.2.52 is needed by subversion-1.0.1-1
> libdb-4.2.so is needed by subversion-1.0.1-1
> libneon.so.24 is needed by subversion-1.0.1-1
> neon >= 0.24.4 is needed by subversion-1.0.1-1
> So then I downloaded the seemingly obvious rpms, and got hopelessly
> entangled in cascading dependencies. When will it ever end?
I added the following line to /etc/sysconfig/rhn/sources (all one line):
and did an:
# up2date --nosig subversion
up2date took care of all the dependencies. Please note that adding the
line will make the rhn icon pulse afterwords with hundreds of updates.
I'm ignoring it for now. I'd imagine I could just remove the line from
Received on Tue Mar 23 02:58:57 2004