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RE: Re: Problem integration Subversion with Apache

From: Andre Ambrosio <andre.ambrosio_at_eminit.com>
Date: 2006-07-03 14:21:31 CEST

Hi Nico,

Sorry about this message reply took so long, I was out for a few days.
The problem here with the David's RPMs is dependencies besides those
available to download along with Subversion. But now I really think that
the problem in this server is some out of date packages and installed
stuffs., because some people had great success using those RPMs.

I want to thank you and everyone else to help me and reply so fast! What
I'm going to look forward now is how to update my system with a properly
security measures and then install Subversion from David's RPMs.

Best regards to all of you,


-----Original Message-----
From: Nico Kadel-Garcia [mailto:nkadel@comcast.net]
Sent: sexta-feira, 30 de junho de 2006 00:10
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Problem integration Subversion with Apache

Kris Deugau wrote:
> Andre Ambrosio wrote:
>> The "apachectl configtest" gives OK result. And I installed
>> Subversion from scratch because when trying to do so with RPMs, there

>> is so much dependence and most of them I have older installed which
>> is needed by other programs (like glibc). So, I couldn't install via
>> RPM. If you have any tip to solve RPM installation, it would be the
>> best way to get Subversion up and running!
> Unless you really want the absolute latest stable Subversion release,
> using Dag Wieers' yum repo (see http://dag.wieers.com/home-made/apt/)
> instead of David Summers' files should produce a working
> HTTP-serveable Subversion install without too many extra dependencies

> and replacements. I've been using Dag's packages for some time and
> I've yet to have trouble with them - and they don't require replacing
> anything other than peripheral stock packages.

While I love DAG to pieces, it's fairly out of date on Subversion: it's
at 1.2.1, and the latest is 1.3.2. The differences are pretty
significant, such as the improvements in file locking.

> I spent a while yesterday trying to build Subversion 1.3.2 with as
> close to "stock" RHEL3 (actually the White Box Linux clone) as
> possible - and I kept running into failures when I tried to package
> it.
> Direct source build-and-installs seemed to be OK, however. :/

What's wrong with David Summer's RPM's and SRPM's? He publishes good
ones, with copies of other packages you may need to update. And if you
publish the bugs you see here, maybe we can help with them!

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