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Re: Need some help getting subversion working on Fedora Core 2

From: Geoff Leyland <gley001_at_ec.auckland.ac.nz>
Date: 2004-05-27 23:24:43 CEST

Hi Brian,

I'm running svn on Fedora core 1, on a VPS box without NPTL. I've
ended up doing a few icky things (running with db 4.1) and svn 1.0.1 is
all that I've found available for FC1 so far (given that it'd be a big
job to up upgrade the whole system to db42). However, I'm using a
non-nptl db4 that I got from :


which made all the difference for me. I don't know how it'll work with
FC2 - but there's a no-nptl db42 in there as well.

I thought I read somewhere that the non-nptl db4 issue was supposed to
be fixed in FC2??


On 28/05/2004, at 6:37 AM, Brian Todoroff wrote:

> I've recently installed Fedora Core 2 on a spare system and am trying
> to get subversion working on it. I'm running into the somewhat
> infamous db4/NPTL bug described in
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=91933. I've tried
> to rebuild db4 and subversion using the patches and the new .spec in
> #61 but still got the error. I'm guessing/hoping that I didn't
> rebuild correctly or didn't switch over to the rebuilt code correctly.
> Does any one have a HowTo or something that could help walk me through
> this fix.
> Thanks,
> Brian

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