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Re: Migrating from CVS to Subversion - Why and How ?

From: Hakan Koseoglu <hakan.koseoglu_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-28 09:52:56 CEST

> The apache package coming with SuSE 9.2 certainly included mod_ldap.so,
> it just needed to be enabled in the apache config. No need to compile.
Some companies have somewhat arbitrary rules on what can be installed
as a server. I was annoyed when I was told I couldn't install RedHat
as server boxes anymore. These days I am supposed to use SuSE SLES8/9
but I occassionally sneak a SuSE FTP version in. :)

Also there is the training issue. A Solaris shop recently told me that
they don't have the abilities of maintaintaining a Linux box and I was
there sitting my mouth wide open. Anyway, I didn't see SLES8/9
binaries for SVN in SuSE's FTP site or mirrors. It really doesn't
matter for me because I probably will compile it by hand when I need

Binaries for Solaris might not arrive with some certain modules you
would like to use just as Subversion is actually a source product and
binaries are supplied by volunteers. I found Santosh's mail
interesting because I am thinking of tinkering with an Solaris x86 box
to see what's changed and my first rule these days is installing SVN
first to maintain my changes. :)

Hakan (m1fcj)
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Received on Thu Apr 28 09:59:22 2005

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