On Tue, Feb 14, 2006 at 05:11:01PM -0000, John Norris wrote:
> When I tried to install the subversion server package (that I assume
> contains the mod_dav_svn plugin), I get an error that it requires an updated apache.
> Download the httpd-2.0.48-3.i386.rpm package but when I install this get the
> following errors
> What is the httpd-mmn package. In case the above means (eg) perl depends on
> the current installed apache package, I tried upgrading perl
> error: Failed dependencies:
> httpd-mmn = 20020903 is needed by mod_perl-1.99_09-10
> I am stuck. Can someone please help?
It sounds like you're trying to install packages that aren't for RH9 which
would definitely cause the problem you're having. You generally can't take
packages meant for one distribution and use them on another without running
If these aren't RH9 packages, you may be able to find RH9 packages
(though RH9 is old enough that you may have problems doing this).
I'd recommend considering making your own packages for RH9 or compiling
and installing from source.
If these are RH9 packages, someone seems to have built them wrong (perhaps the
build machine was updated beyond RH9, such as by using the Fedora Legacy
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