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Re: Subversion+Apache mod_dav_svn/mod_authz_svn Issues

From: NoahJ32 <noah.m.jorgenson_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 3 Aug 2009 21:26:44 -0700 (PDT)

I appreciate your quick reply, and your English is great, if it isn't your
first language I didn't even notice until your last line :D

I was using Apache 2.2.8 and SVN 1.5.1 because I'm working with old code
that is simply being developed and maintained. I was mostly just trying to
avoid having to update to newer versions to avoid incompatibility which may
result, but I assume SVN 1.6 and Apache 2.2.12+ are backwards comptible with
anything that was developed for them? Such as mod_python? websvn? I don't
want to have to redesign my entire project to work with them.

I will try to update to newer versions tomorrow but what really bothered me
and brought me to posting for help was that it's working fine on my work
machine but not on the one I'm trying to install it on. It's more a question
of, 'why won't this work, with the same exact installations, on this machine
like it does on that machine!?' I'll be sure to update this thread once I
try the newer versions...

Andrey Repin-3 wrote:
> Greetings, NoahJ32!
>> Okay, I've scoured the internet with topics related to this subject. For
>> those unfamiliar, I have installed Apache 2.2.8
> Where did you got this dinosaur????????
> Apache 2.2.12 Released 2009-07-23
> And 2.2.11 have been available long before i've subscribed to this mailing
> list. Which means - before march.
>> and have downloaded and
>> installed SVN 1.5.1
> Yet again - 1.6.3 is actual release. You seems to live a year behind the
> time.
>> with the 2.2.x Apache bindings and when I try to
>> run(start) Apache with the following load lines:
>> LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so
>> LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so
>> I get the response:
>> httpd: Syntax error on line 129 of C:/Program Files/Apache Software
>> Foundation/Apache2.2/conf/httpd.conf: Cannot load C:/Program
>> Files/Subversion/bin/mod_dav_svn.so into server: The specified procedure
>> could not be found.
>> The files are located in the modules directory.
> Have you loaded mod_dav before mod_dav_svn?
>> I've tried the following with no change in success:
>> Adding pathToApache/bin and
> Good, but not necessary.
>> pathToSVN/bin
> This, and especially - this in SYSTEM environment, not in user one.
> And absolutely need to reboot system, since system processes never notice
> environment change. (They can't receive WM_SETTINGSCHANGE broadcast)
>> to the Path environmental variable
>> Copying libdb*.dll and intl3_svn.dll directly into the apache /bin
>> directory
> Never do it. Ever.
>> Running Dependency Walker, all DLLs are found only MSJAVA.DLL is missing
> You could get a msjava86 redist from Microsoft, if that matters (doubt,
> highly
> doubt that).
>> Reinstalling Subversion and restarting the machine
>> Modifying the Apache 2.2 service to Log On as my own user account with
>> admin
>> privileges
>> I'm just about out of ideas, and every thread I come across does not have
>> information past these steps, everybody seems to have solved it by then.
> Here's your idea: catch up with time flow and install proper versions.
> Noone going to debug and (if that happen) fix issues with outdated
> software.
> --
> WBR,
> Andrey Repin (anrdaemon_at_freemail.ru) 04.08.2009, <4:22>
> Sorry for my terrible english...
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