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Where do I get  the Apache modules for Subversion

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When I installed Subversion I choose NOT to install the Apache modules (oops). Is there anyway I can obtain them now?
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Are the following two files not in this path? C:\Program Files\Subversion\bin

mod_dav_svn.so
mod_authz_svn.so

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by:skeddy136
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this is weird - I have folders by those names in the subversion folder however all the files within those folders are file ext ".c", including the mod_authz_svn.c file and the mod_dav_svn.c file.

I had first installed the VisualSVN and realized that wasn't the version I needed (since I don't use Visual Studio), then uninstalled that and installed CollabNet Subversion Server and Client v1.6.1 (for Windows).

And of course, being the newbie that I am, I've got my repositories and working copy folders all goofed up. Should I uninstall everything and start over again? I am installing these on my local host which is already setup with Apache.
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Please take a look at my solution here. It sounds to me like you have installed the wrong Subversion package. As long as you are using Apache 2.2.9 or later you shouldn't have to uninstall Apache.
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by:skeddy136
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Thank you - of course, I'm using Apache 2.0.58 so will look into upgrading that and will then follow your posted solution (which by the way I've already spotted as very clear and concise instructions for getting setup). I will let you know how things work out. and thanks again.
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I've been told I don't need to worry about the server setup. As a Developer I just need to learn how to use Tortoise/SVN for daily use - checking out - committing, etc.

Since I'm real new to the site I'm not sure what the difference is between accept and award points and accept as solution means - and expectations of what it means to the Experts when I choose one or the other so will just continue to get familiar with the site - great site and newsletter!
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I made a tutorial that covers the basics of using TortoiseSVN.

Tutorial
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Excellent document and video for a new-to-Subversion user! Thank you.
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Kind of disappointing to get a B rating, but I guess that is all it was worth to you.
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