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Re: Subversion installation woes

From: Martin Tomes <lists_at_tomes.org>
Date: 2004-05-20 09:57:58 CEST

Predrag Stanar wrote:
> First Solaris. Both Apache and Subversion (1.0.2 and 1.0.3) fail to configure
> for Berkeley DB 4.2. Berkeley DB built and installed without any error
> message. For example here is relevant configure output for subversion 1.0.3:
  checking for -ldb... no
> So, it can find db.h (only - is that normal?). And what are -ldb-4.2, -ldb4,
> and -ldb? I would expect it to look for libraries, but ...
> So, on Solaris I'm stuck there. Any idea?

This is often caused on Linux because the BDB 4.2 lib directory isn't known to the dynamic linker.
On Linux you need to add it to /etc/ld.so.conf and run ldconfig, I don't know Solaris any more but I
would expect there to be a similar configuration step required.

> Windows is even worse. I was trying to fllow section "Building the Latest

I think others have answered this one. Perhaps I should add a section 'installing the built
binaries'. That information is there, but you would have to read the bit about how to test your
system to find it.

There is a build batch file at http://www.subversionary.org/build/win32-1-0-x/build.html the
instructions there are the same as in the INSTALL file on the 1.0.x branch, the batch file doesn't
appear to have made it onto the branch.

Martin Tomes
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