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Re: Problem Compiling Subversion with BerkeleyDB

From: Farid Izem <farid.izem_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-12 20:47:30 CEST


I'don't have root privileges on this Linux Box.
Sorry, but it's --with-berkeley-db i wanted to specify in my mail.

Well, as i don't have any privileges on this Linux,
I have created a local ld.so.conf file filled with the correct path to
I have done a ldconfig -f ./ld.so.conf -C ./ld.so.cache
Then tried to compile the source without any success.

I definitly try all solution like LD_LIBRARY_PATH and LD_RUN_PATH with
The same result. Also env "CPPLAGS=-I/PATHtoBD/include"
"LDFLAGS=-L/PATHtoBD/lib" ./configure etc

I'm facing the same problem on a Solaris 10 box but not with a Fedora Core
The ldd command show on the fedora that the subversion is correctly linked
To berkeleyDB i have install..

I will try to compile on my personnal Slackware Box and see what is

Kind Regards


On 6/12/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006q2@ryandesign.com> wrote:
> On Jun 12, 2006, at 16:27, C. Michael Pilato wrote:
> > [Sending to the correct list. Note that I am not subscribed to
> > users@.]
> >
> > Farid Izem wrote:
> >
> >> I'm tring to compile SubVersion 1.1.4 and 1.3.2 on RedHat WS 3.
> >> I'm still facing a problem during the configure step.
> >>
> >> ./configure --prefix=/home/user01/base_subversion/
> >> subversion-1.1.4_depl
> >> --with-berkeleyd-db=/home/user01/base_berkeley/db-4.2.52depl
> >> --with-apxs=/home/user01/base_apache/http-2.2.2_depl/bin/apxs
> >>
> >> I'm still having the problem BerkeleyDb not found :
> >> configure: error: Berkeley DB not found.
> >> configure failed for apr-util.
> --with-berkeleyd-db? Don't you mean --with-berkeley-db?
> Also, if you don't specifically need BerkeleyDB support, you can
> compile Subversion without it. Subversion generally works great with
> just the FSFS backend, which many find simpler to set up and
> administer. You would only need BDB support if you wanted to access
> an existing BDB repository, or if you prefer BDB over FSFS for some
> reason.
Received on Tue Jun 13 21:02:15 2006

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