I believe that I have been successful in getting subversion installed and
setup. I am, however, now having an issue with LDAP permission's. Could
this problem be related to what you are referencing?
I can access the test repository, that I created. I can log in to the
repo, but then I get an error saying that I do not have permission's to
access the repository.
System Engineer Sr. Professional
Sent by: ed.0x1b_at_gmail.com
04/06/2009 08:39 PM
Tom Browder <tom.browder_at_gmail.com>
Andrea Antonio Maleci <A.Maleci_at_iwbank.it>, Patricia A Moss/GIS/CSC_at_CSC,
Re: Install troubles with version 1.6
On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 5:21 PM, Tom Browder <tom.browder_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 6:00 AM, Andrea Antonio Maleci
> <A.Maleci_at_iwbank.it> wrote:
>> Hi Patricia,
>> I don't know how to rectify the ./configure error so that I can get a
>> Can someone shed light? Thanks
> I believe the subversion configuration system is not very robust. Try
> to download and separately install apr and apr-util. They use a
> special configuration configuration script that does the same function
> as pkg-config.
> In any case, try to find 'apr-1-config' and 'apu-1-config' on your
> `which apr-1-config`
> `which apu-1-config'
> Assuming both are found try:
> ./configure --with-apr=`which apr-1-config` --with-apr-util=`which
> Note those are backward quotes surrounding `which ap[ru]-1-config`.
Take care that the httpd/apr/apr-util etc use the same dependencies as
Subversion - mixed versions of the Berkeley db, for example, are a
pain to figure out the first time..
if you are compiling httpd yourself, the svn-deps package isn't needed
- either satisfy the dependencies yourself or use the svn-deps
tarball, but don't do both because you will get a bad case of
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