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Re: yum installs old version on fedora 9

From: David Jameson <dhjdhj_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 12:08:36 -0400

How do you disable the base repo?

My problem is that I just want to be able to use the subversion system
without having to become a linux wizard along the way (sigh)


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On Jun 16, 2009, at 11:58 AM, neil_at_JAMMConsulting.com wrote:

>> Tried your suggestion --- it found svn 1.6 but then wouldn't install
>> it due to some missing dependencies.....I'm not much of a Linux
>> hacker
>> but I thought the whole point of things like yum was to deal with
>> missing dependencies automatically.
> To work around this, I installed libneon first with the normal repos.
> Then, I installed svn 1.6 with the base repo disabled.
> Neil


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