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RE: mod_dav_svn

From: Robert Hunter <robert.hunter_at_gen-i.co.nz>
Date: 2005-03-03 22:21:26 CET

(keep it on the list, please...

Jay Paulson wrote:
>>> I installed Subversion on my machine using yum. I need to set it up
>>> under Apache and I did a system search for mod_dave_svn and the
>>> results came up empty. Where can I get the file and where do I put
>>> it on my system?
>> Try mod_dav_svn instead (no "e" on dav).
> doh! Stupid typo. Here's what I type below and what is returned.
> [root@webdev html]# find / -name 'mod_dav_svn'
> [root@webdev html]# locate 'mod_dav_svn'

Your find command, above, will only return files or folders
called "mod_dav_svn" exactly, which is why it did not find
the up2date/yum header.

On the other hand, you could use something like the
following to find filenames that *begin* with "mod_dav_svn":
# find -name 'mod_dav_svn*'

You have the header for it, so you should be able use up2date
to install it.

One of the two commands below should work.
# up2date --install mod_dav_svn
# yum install mod_dav_svn

Robert Hunter
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