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Problems installing on Solaris 7

From: Ford, Jennifer M. <X2JMFORD_at_southernco.com>
Date: 2004-05-11 20:42:09 CEST

Hello All:
Has anyone managed to install Subversion as a server on Solaris 7? I have had some major problems and I was hoping I could get some help!
1. I cannot get Apache past the configure stage. When it attempts to configure apr, I get the error "Error: decision on anonymous shared memory allocation method failed". I wouldn't mind this so much if it would actually fail out and produce an error in the config.log file, but it thinks it has configured just fine. However, once apr-util begins to be configured, it errors out, saying that it can't find apr-config. Which is understandable, considering that the file has not been made.
2. If I install the Apache package using pkgadd, I am able to get past this step (sort of). I then add the apr and apr-util directories to the subversion directory so that they will be part of subversion's configuration process. When I do it this way, apr still gets the same "shared memory" error, but apr-util actually attempts to configure itself. The problem is that it cannot seem to find the Berkeley DB I have installed. It is in the normal location: /usr/local/BerkeleyDB.4.2, yet even if I pass that path in as a parameter, apr-util's configure script is unable to find it. Is there something that I need to add to my path?
Any advice you can offer to resolve these issues would be great!

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