How to Install Subversion

Subversion is a program much like cvs that allows for version management. Though I am not extremely familiar with it I was asked to install it on a redhat enterprise 3 update 6 server. The following rpms should work great as long as you have it running the latest according to up2date. If you have RHEL4 you can apparently just do up2date -l subversion. Anyways simply download and install these rpms:

mkdir /usr/local/src/subversion
cd /usr/local/src/subversion
rpm -Uvh *rpm

That's it! If for some reason the files are no longer working and you are getting 404's please post it and I will change the links. I have downloaded a spare copy of the files to just in case.

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