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Re: Uninstalling svn?

From: Hyrum K. Wright <hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu>
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2008 00:22:41 -0700

Robert Dailey wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been trying to get svn 1.5 RC11 working on Ubuntu Server for a while,
> and I still haven't been able to get it working. I've basically had to
> compile it myself. I'm wondering how to uninstall it, along with its
> dependencies. I installed it via "make" and "make install", but I tried
> "make uninstall" or "make remove" and it doesn't work. How can I remove SVN
> from my system? This would mean that APR, APR-UTIL, and mod_dav stuff needs
> to go away. This also includes NEON.
> how can I do this? Thank you.

It's up to you to remove Subversion from your system. Typically, this
involves removing appropriate libraries from /usr/local/lib and binaries
from /usr/local/bin. The dependencies may also be removed this way (but
beware running afoul of your package management system!)

> PS: How long before the SVN 1.5 package is available from apt-get?

1.5.0 has recently been uploaded to Debian experimental, and may
progress through the Debian tree. 1.5 may be available in the next
release of Ubuntu, provided that the Ubuntu developers choose to port
the Debian package in time for their release.

That said, you may get more information by asking the Ubuntu people what
their plans are, since the Subversion project neither maintains, nor
supports, binary packages.


Received on 2008-06-25 09:23:12 CEST

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