I am running CentOS 6.3 64bit. I am installing Apache subversion 1.7.7 from source. I have installed expat and expat-devel and neon-devel using yum. However in Apache subversion 1.7.x when doing th... [by dittoct]
I am trying to install git on my Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 server and have hit a brick wall.
I've been trying to build the latest subversion and I ran into a problem with libaprutil-1.so. Building subversion fails with:
/etc/httpd/lib/libaprutil-1.so: undefined reference to `XML_StopParser'
I tracked it down to a bug in the apache config. /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild/configure/ap2 needs to include "--with-expat=builtin", e.g.
I have a problem with mod_wsgi crashing because Python and Apache2 are using the different versions of libexpat. I found out that Python uses the system expat version 2.0.1
Apache 2.2.25 uses /etc/httpd/lib/libexpat.so.0 which is version 1.95.7
Directadmin is version 1.43.3
Is there a way to rebuild Apache with the system expat (or upgrade the custom Expat to version 2.0.1)?
I received the below email after trying to update to most current stable version. I would think all those would be installed during the initial setup months ago.
Updating to the latest version of cPanel & WHM 11.38 did not succeed. Basic requirements for cPanel & WHM were unable to be installed.
I have a RHEL 6.4 VM provisioned by my companies internal KVM.
We are having some trouble using yum, so I have to build Git from source.
If I just download the git code, untar it, and build it, like:
tar -xvf git-1.8.5.tar.gz
I receive the following error when cloning from the http://
I keep getting the following error on easy appache
!! The server’s system package manager, ‘YUM’, failed. !
Having done quite lot of search and trying to installing subversion on a cpanel server seems to be very trouble.
My Enironment is;
The instructions I followed so far
mkdir -p /usr/local/src/subverison
tar xfj subversion-1.8.4.tar.bz2
I have tried looking for expat xml parser version 2.0.1 rpm package for centos or RHEL but have not been able to find one.I did find one based for fedora (x86), can this be installed on... [by jaffd]
Expat: Multiple vulnerabilities