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Re: Problems With Apache 2.2.4 and Subversion Install, Apache Fails To Start

From: Hari Kodungallur <hkodungallur_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-01 04:24:34 CEST

On 8/31/07, Thomas Volckhausen <TomVolckhausen@msn.com> wrote:
> I have been trying to install a Subversion server on an Apache 2.2.4(Win32 DAV/2) server running XP Pro Service Pack 2 but when I uncomment the
> following lines in the Apache http.conf file, Apache fails to start
> without any useful message in the Apache error log or the event viewer log,
> LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so
> LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so
> I copied the module files into Apache's module directory and the
> application seemed to find them. I also copied the two .dlls into the Apache
> bin directory.
> I suspect the problem is different versions of the Apache Runtime but it
> is unclear to me which versions of either the Windows installer or the
> zipped binaries on the Subversion website should be used with Apache 2.2.4
> .
> Can anyone suggest what version of Subversion I should install or how to
> do additional debugging on this problem?
> Or if anyone can suggest a combination of Apache and Subversion versions
> (from available installs) that work properly together. I could change the
> Apache version if necessary to get Subversion running correctly. A sample
> http.conf file would be great too.

As far as I know, Subversion 1.4.4 works with Apache 2.2.x.
I have not installed Subversion on Windows. But others in the list have
reported success installing Subversion 1.4.4 with Apache 2.2.4. One example:

PS: You should be using 1.4.5, I think. Recently 1.4.5 was released and it
contained only windows specific fixed IIRC.

Received on Sat Sep 1 04:22:09 2007

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