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Old 11-12-2008, 10:27 PM
Berend Dekens
 
Default SVN missing libexpat.so.0 while it is present *SOLVED*

I just found out that the other machine holding the SVN repository was
recently updated. So after trying on that one I got the same error!
(Which ofcourse made me think)


It seems that SVN invokes a remote copy of the binary for reading the
repo and simply pipes back the results... So while I got an error
telling me libexpat was not found, the error originated from the other
server...


I copied the libexpat.so.0 file back and fixed the symlinks and now all
is well again. Next time I know that if SVN acts up the problem can be
on any computer and not just the local one.


Thanks for all the help,
Berend

Ralph Angenendt schreef:

John wrote:

Sometimes conlflicts can be created between the two. RPM and Yum.



No.



Run rpm --rebuilddb



How is that supposed to help in this case?

Ralph
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