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Suse Enterprise 9 and Subversion

Hi

Has anyone here successfully installed subversion on Suse Linx Enterprise 9.  If so please provide link to .rpm or installation instructions.

TIA!
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fridomCEO/ProgrammerCommented:
Well you have tried an internet search?

Maintainer: Olaf Hering

SuSE Linux 9.2 and earlier do not ship with any (up to date) version of Subversion. However, unofficial packages exist in the projects/apache/subversion directory of SuSE mirrors.

So you either can get the sources or go to some of the mentioned mirrors.

Regards
Friedrich
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CeLLuSAuthor Commented:
I've tried internet search and en.opensuse.org with no luck.  I read somewhere that SLES 9 is based of the 9.2 and I should look for 9.2 .rpms.  Problem is, the ones I have found are really early versions of subversion and they all have many dependencies for modules that could conflict with the OS.  Looking for assistance from someone who has successfully installed it by using .rpm or compiled it on Suse Linux Enterprise 9.

TIA!
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fridomCEO/ProgrammerCommented:
So then just go for around self compiling. Install the proper development files e.g the libapr development files. Load the sources
extract them run
./configure
make
make install that should all what is needed.

You can get the sources from:
http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/NewsItemView?newsItemID=1573

Regards
Friedrich
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CeLLuSAuthor Commented:
Was trying to avoid compiling but had no choice.
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