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From "Tilsley, Jerry M." <>
Subject RE: Install SVN from YUM, change Sqlite3 library path
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2012 16:27:09 GMT
The repository is the basic one for RHEL 6.2, I haven't added any others.  The issue is that
this is installed by root, so it finds one set of libraries and compiles for that.  Then when
my other user tries to commit I get the error that Sqlite was compiled for 3.6.20 but using
3.6.4.  I need this to be installed and compiled with the 3.6.4, but I cannot figure out how
to get yum to pull that one in.

-----Original Message-----
From: Les Mikesell []
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2012 12:25 PM
To: Tilsley, Jerry M.
Subject: Re: Install SVN from YUM, change Sqlite3 library path

On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 10:02 AM, Tilsley, Jerry M.
<> wrote:
> All,
> I am running RHEL 6.2 and am trying to install subversion via YUM.
> When I do this, it picks up a version of sqlite3 that not all my users
> have access to.  The version of sqlite3 that all users have access to
> is in a path that I'm afraid isn't being searched by the YUM
> installation.  How can I fix this so that the libraries of the version
> I want is loaded with the subversion installation?

Yum doesn't have much to do with library paths.  It uses rpm dependencies to decide what other
packages need to be installed and
should bring in everything the application needs.   If you are using
3rd party repositories (as you must to get a subversion that needs
sqlite...) the package should be set up to require any libraries from there that it needs
to work and they should be installed together.

   Les Mikesell


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