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Re: Trying to run subversion on Fedora Core 1

From: <pnelson_at_ak.npn>
Date: 2004-07-18 21:22:39 CEST

On Sat, 2004-07-17 at 14:12, Joel Shellman wrote:
> I'm trying to install fedora on what I think is a stock Fedora Core 1
> installation (it's a virtual private server).
> I just run yum install subversion.
> It installs fine, but when I run svnadmin create myrepo, I get the
> following error:
> svn: Berkeley DB error
> svn: Berkeley DB error while creating environment for filesystem
> testdb/db: Invalid argument
> I've tried several things:
> 1) yum update
> yum install subversion
> (it installs version 0.32.1-5
> 2) Tried updating bdb to 4.2 first through yum update (changing repos to
> use FC2 so it'll grab new stuff)
> This installed 1.0.4-2 I think.
> Both got the same error. What does that error mean?
> uname -r:
> 2.4.20-021stab021.12.777-smp

I would go with a more updated version. I had some problems with the
FC1 version and I really wanted to keep a little more currrent. So I
found 2 places to get SVN rpms for FC1:




I tried the DAG rpms first and they worked great I'm now up and running
a svn+ssh server and things are great.

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