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substituting old svn by new; svn and bdb;

From: Goehring <lutz.goehring_at_uni-hohenheim.de>
Date: 2007-01-25 15:11:02 CET

Hi all,

on my Scientific Linux system is svn 1.1.4 installed. After I installed
the latest subclipse (subversion front end for eclipse) this changed my
svn repository. I cannot access it anymore from svn 1.1.4:

svn: This client is too old to work with working copy '/afs/uni-
please get a newer Subversion client

 So I've build installed the latest svn and apr and bdb from source.
Now I am having the following problems:

1)The "old" svn still exists. Typing svn does not call the new version.
How can the old be uninstalled and be "overwritten" by the new one?

2)The new version cannot access the repository:
   svn: Commit failed (details follow):
   svn: Commit failed (details follow):
   svn: Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
   svn: Unable to open repository
   svn: Unsupported fs type 'bdb'

What do I have to do such that the Bdb libraries are moved to a
standard directory such that svn and subclipse find them.



Lutz Göhring
Scientific Assistant
with Prof. Thomas Berger
Professur (i.V.) für Ökonomik der Landnutzung in den Tropen und Subtropen
(Professorship (p.p.) for Land Use Economics in the Tropics and
Institute for Agricultural Economics and Social Sciences in the Tropics
and Subtropics, 
University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart
e-mail: lutz.goehring@uni-hohenheim.de
Tel.: +49-711-459-23615
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