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    Is there any issues in installing a subversion host on a dedicated server? It seems pretty straightforward to do from the linux side of things, but how will or could it affect things?

    Just wanted to check before I did anything.

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    Hello, you can install anything you like on your dedicated server.

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    I am installing the svn and have extracted the rpm and am trying to build. I need to include the following files in the build config :

    --with-apr=/usr/local/apache/bin/apr-1-config

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    --with-apr=/usr/local/apache/bin/apu-1-config

    These files are not in the current /bin directory for apache, but are in the backup directory. I didn't want to change the path, but I can. I wanted to check with you first in case there was a reason that those files have been removed from the latest version of apache?

    Thanks,
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    Hello,
    we can't tell you the exact reason why the files are missing on the server. Did you recompile apache recently and if so what was included in the compile of apache?

    Here is also the link for the tutorial that makes SVN an easy install, it may help you.

    http://behzad.nategh.com/install-sub...ipt-on-reboot/

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    Hi and thanks GlowSlavik for the link. I can promise you that I haven't compiled or recompiled Apache at all, so this may be something I need to open a ticket on. Since you guys do this everyday, I don't want to break anything in doing it.

    As far as the link goes, I have already got SVN 4.5 working on the server, but the latest is 6.6. The yum install by default installed the 4.5. So, I guess at this point, I could use 4.5, but I wgot the rpm for 6.6 and got the error I listed above when it couldn't find the missing files.

    I guess I should take care of apache first before I go any further with svn...

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    Just as a follow-up - can I recompile using easyApache in whm with the default configuration?

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    You would need to recompile apache with dav and sqllite support not sure what all 6.6 requires.

    You will probably need to install the svn by hand rather than use the method described above.

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