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Re: Installion on RedHat 9 with rpm fails

From: Svilen Krustev <s_krustev_at_tiscali.co.uk>
Date: 2005-03-14 23:29:09 CET

Hi,
It depends what you want. For Redhat9 maybe the easiest way is to
compile the subversion from a tarball. In case you need only a client or
client and server using svn protocol only - that should be no problem
(esspecially if you don't care about Berkley DB).
RPM also can be found probably, try for example
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=neon+rpm+Redhat+9+download&spell=1
but make sure you know what packages you are using ...

If you want a server with http, then you will need to compile Apache
from a tarball too. Have a look in the INSTALL file in the subversion
tarball.

Regards
Svilen

Ankur G35 Saxena wrote:
> ps:- Sorry if it has come 2 times
>
> Hi,
>
> I hope this is the right place to ask this question. I tried SVN and
> really like it. But did the easy installation on windows, now that I
> have used it a littled I need to move it to my main dev box which is
> running red hat 9 linux. When I try and install the rpm I get
> dependencies error.
>
> apr
> apr-util
> libapr
> libaprutil
> libneon
> neon
>
> It says that these are not found, I am not able to find them on the
> web, is it possible for me to get the location and some install
> instructions for this.
>
> Also Once I am done doing this, how do I make the SVN available using
> Apache/Tomcat? Do I need to do somehting special, if so, some help on
> it would be great.
>
> Thanks
> A

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