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RE: Bug report generate by RapidSVN on Fedecora

From: Erik Hemdal <erik_at_comprehensivepower.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2009 17:07:09 -0400

> OK, OK, I've openned a defect with all necessary info you
> have request - I hope
> ;)).

It's not really what Andy requests, so much as it is a more effective way to
get help.

If RapidSVN broke after applying a Fedora update, then it may not have
anything to do with RapidSVN. It might have something to do with the way
RapidSVN was packaged by the Fedora Project. Or it might be because a
Fedora package that RapidSVN uses has changed somehow. Distributions
frequently package software with slight differences from the upstream
projects. That can cause frustrating problems, particularly when you mix
packages from different sources. And the list members here probably won't
be able to sort it out for you.

I looked at the bug link you posted. Your bug report to RapidSVN shows that
you are on Fedora 10 and that you took a new kernel update among many
others. None of them appear to involve RapidSVN, although they might be
prerequisites. It looks like the cause of the trouble has to do with your
window system.

If you take a new kernel, you need to reboot before you will actually be
running the new kernel. If you haven't already rebooted, you probably want
to. If you continue to have trouble because of the Fedora update, ask at
the fedora-users list to start.

Sorting out the real cause of the trouble can be tough, though so don't give
up. Good luck. Erik

> - Issue 675 posted
> - Email sent to: issues_at_rapidsvn, jorelia


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