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Re: Fedora RPMs

From: David Good <dgood_at_fsautomation.com>
Date: 2004-05-26 23:20:28 CEST

On Wed, May 26, 2004 at 09:59:18PM +0100, Toby Watson <t.d.watson@durham.ac.uk> wrote:
> Dear All,
> The list was kind enough to help me out before so I wonder if I could
> pick your brains about something else:
> I have just put in a new box with Fedora Core 2 and was wanting to
> install Subversion (naturally!). However, I have noticed that versions
> up to 1.0.2 appear to have a buffer overflow problem and 1.0.3 is
> recommended. Looking around it would appear that there are some 1.0.3
> RPMs floating about the place but currently the directories for the
> 'official' Fedora RPM repository seem empty. I'm also aware that I will
> need 'compatible' versions of Berkeley and the Perl bindings but some of
> the RPMs seem to be 'stand alone'.
> I know I could compile from source but last time I tried this it caused
> much breakage and I lost a lot of hair with stress! Could someone
> possibly recommend a good source for Fedora RPMs?

Redhat (and the Fedora project) generally doesn't release new versions
of software. Instead, they port the changes to the version originally
provided in the original release. There's already an update for subversion
available via 'up2date' or 'yum'.

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