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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

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
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


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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