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Re: Problem integration Subversion with Apache

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-06-28 15:18:41 CEST

Which RedHat version? And why not use the RPM versions from David Summers, linked to on subversion.tigris.org?

Not that if you're running anything older than RedHat 7.x, I'm going to reach over and slap your wrist myself for expecting it to keep working this long. If you're actually running Fedora Core, you should be able to recompile the more recent SRPM's from David and use those.

You could also try reading the .spec files from SRPM's, for hints on what your source compilation is missing.
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Andre Ambrosio
  To: users@subversion.tigris.org
  Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2006 9:03 AM
  Subject: Problem integration Subversion with Apache

  Hi all,

  I have a RedHat with Apache2 already installed and working fine. I tried to install Subversion using RPM but unsuccessful while it gave me problems on my glibc (if someone know how to solve this one, it'll be great). So I decided to install Subversion from the source, compiling it with default settings. Everything was OK and SVNSERVE is working just fine: I created a repository, can connect from a desktop, can play with versioned files, etc.

  But what I need the most is the Apache integration, and that's what I'm being beat up. The Apache2 here is not installed in the default directory and it doesn't have the APXS directory. The mod_dav_svn and others couldn't be compiled so I can't set LoadModule in Apache.

  I guess I have two possibilities and I appreciate if you could help:
  1. workaround and install Subversion from RPM packages;
  2. fix my Apache and complete Subversion installation.

  Is there any other way? What I'm doing wrong?

  Thanks for the reading! I appreciate any help!

Received on Wed Jun 28 15:20:09 2006

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