Thanks for the advise - I will update both Redhat & Apache. But meanwhile I still want to do a test installation and would be very grateful if someone can clarify my doubts on installing binaries (please see the text below).
Many thanks - Hima
> I am new to subversion (unfortunately to linux as well). This is
> going to be my first linux project - so please excuse me if I am
> asking silly questions.
> I installed Redhat v 9.0, which came with Apache 2.0.40. Now I want
> to install subversion1.2.3 as a server (using Apache as the network
> server). I want to install subversion1.2.3 binaries to make my life
> easier. I went to http://summersoft.fay.ar.us/pub/subversion/latest/
> and got the list of binaries to be installed (apr, apr-util, neon,
> subversion and subversion-server RPMs). My problem here is I am not
> sure what I am thinking of doing is right or not.
> 1. Install all RPMs in the above mentioned order
> 2. Configure Apache server (following chapter 6 from subversion
> book http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.0/ch06s04.html#svn-ch-6-
> 3. create a repository on subversion
> 4. Install TortoiseSVN for more ease of access
> please let me know if I have to do more than just sequentially
> install RPMs to install and run Subversion server. Looking forward
> for some input.
Apache 2.0.40 is over three years old. It would be better to upgrade
to Apache 2.0.55.
As far as I know, Redhat 9.0 is also well over two years old. Someone
here is sure to recommend going with a more-current operating system.
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Received on Tue Nov 8 11:10:47 2005