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Re: can't use https on server

From: Robin Becker <robin_at_reportlab.com>
Date: 2005-01-10 14:36:01 CET

Max Bowsher wrote:
> Robin Becker wrote:
>> I've just upgraded my freeBSD 4.9 system to
>> apache 2.0.52
>> subversion 1.1.1
>> and now find I cannot use https locall on the server machine.
>> On my win32 clients I can use https so apache seems to be configured OK.
>> The error says
>> svn: Unrecognized URL scheme 'https://mymachine/svn/public'
>> Anyone know what I did wrong?
> Neon is compiled without SSL support.
> Max.
It seems this has come up before and has to do with the freeBSD port allowing
usage of neon-0.24.6 when it really seems to need neon-0.24.7. It seems that
even though neon was built with ssl the subversion port fails to build properly.

After deinstalling subversion-1.1.1 and neon-0.24.6 then reinstalling with the
latest neon things seem to get built properly.

-and I thought dll hell was confined to windows-ly yrs-
Robin Becker

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