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RE: Possible Installation defect when selecting Apache integratio n in WinXP installer

From: Cassimatis, Jim <Cassimatis_at_ali.com.au>
Date: 2004-12-13 05:05:38 CET

I had the same problem. I don't know how something as obvious as this could
be released. I even had more problems when I tried to load the
dav_svn_module. The Apache server would not start. After some searching
and experimenting I got it to work when I copied all the dlls from the
Subversion bin to the Apache modules directory. In Subversion release 1.1.1
this means copying 7 files whereas in earlier releases you only need to copy
3 files. Somebody needs to update the following FAQ on this:-

"am trying to use mod_dav_svn with Apache on Win32 and I'm getting an error
saying that the module cannot be found, yet the mod_dav_svn.so file is right
there in \Apache\modules."

Jim C

-----Original Message-----
From: Norbert Unterberg [mailto:nepo@gmx.net]
Sent: Saturday, 11 December 2004 7:24 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Possible Installation defect when selecting Apache integration
in WinXP installer

Christian Romney schrieb:

> This option says that it will
> require an Apache stop/restart. I clicked ok and the installer copied
> its files but rather than merely stop and restart the service, it
> unregistered the service (no longer visible from Service Control
> Manager) and did not re-register it.

I noticed the same and forgot to report this as a bug. The Subversion
windows installer stops and unregisters the apache service, adds the svn
modules to the apache, and then fails to register the service again.

Why does the installer unregsiuters the service? Stopping is usually
good enough to reconfigure a service, isn't it?


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