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From "Tilsley, Jerry M." <>
Subject RE: Install SVN from YUM, change Sqlite3 library path
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2012 16:51:15 GMT

-----Original Message-----
From: Les Mikesell []
Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2012 12:45 PM
To: Tilsley, Jerry M.
Subject: Re: Install SVN from YUM, change Sqlite3 library path

On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 11:27 AM, Tilsley, Jerry M.
<<>> wrote:
> 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.

Sorry, I'm going by a Centos install which is usually the same but
maybe there is some difference.   On Centos, sqlite 3.6.20 is the
current stock version and what other packages should expect.   I'd
look at the problem the other way and figure out why your other user has something out of
date in his library path.

      The user has an out of date package because the user and package are part of a large
data interfacing system for a hospital.  I would like for that user to be able to check scripts
in, but because of the vendor system relies on the older version of sqlite, the user has to
use that version.

  Les Mikesell<>


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