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Re: Error : mod_dav_svn.so can't be load by apache...

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 03:43:36 -0500

On Jun 24, 2008, at 03:35, Flap Flap wrote:

> 2008/6/24 Ryan Schmidt:
>> On Jun 23, 2008, at 07:30, Flap Flap wrote:
>>> I've got a gentoo hosted server by OVH (kimsufi) with apache2
>>> installed.
>>> I've make an emerge subversion to install subversion and the
>>> svnserve run find.
>>> Svn protocol access of my repository is ok, but I can't make the
>>> http access work.
>>> When I add the LoadModule directive to my httpd.conf apache don't
>>> restart and throw an error :
>>> API module structure `dav_svn_module' in file /usr/local/apache/
>>> modules/mod_dav_svn.so is garbled - perhaps this is not an Apache
>>> module DSO?
>>> I don't how or where I can get another .so.
>>> Can someon take me on the good way ?
>> Perhaps this mod_dav_svn was made for Apache 2.0 but you're
>> running Apache 2.2, or the other way around?
>> Perhaps this mod_dav_svn was made with a different version of APR
>> than your Apache? They need to be using the same version of APR.
> Hi Ryan,
> Thanks for response...
> I think you point the good thing, but with emerge I dont see how I
> can control the package installed and so the mod_dav_svn version.
> Is there any way to download the good one any where ?

I don't know emerge so I can't help you with that. You may have to
ask on a Gentoo mailing list.

Binary packages are available here if you would like:


Or you could build from source.

Please respond to the list also, not just to me.

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Received on 2008-06-24 10:44:16 CEST

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