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Re: upgrading svn using rpms...

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-04-11 11:54:08 CEST

bruce wrote:
> actually it isn't ....
> we have our reasons/needs..

You have reasons for using FC3 RPMs on a FC2 system, when there are proper
FC2 RPMs on the site you got the FC3 RPMs from? Do tell, I'm intrigued!

> but your suggestions with regards to using
> 'rpm -qla' were already done.. all that does is tell you what files you're
> using within a given package. does nothing to tell you what additional
> files/packages might be required. which, as i said, is what we're trying
> to
> determine...

You've thoughroughly missed my point.

You don't need more files... in fact, you need LESS!

You need to get rid of the remnants of an old from-source installation of
Subversion from the machine in question.
The point of using '-qlp' is to give you a list of files that Subversion
installs. Then you can go looking for files of similar names in other
locations on your machine. /usr/local would be a prime candidate to start
the search.


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Received on Mon Apr 11 12:01:45 2005

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