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Istalling Subversion 1.6.5 in Ubuntu

 
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Fellas,

I have some problems installing subversion on Ubuntu 9.10. Following is what I get when I tried;


 
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Just got the following information from this website

http://packages.ubuntu.com/karmic/libsvn1

Do I have to install first all the dependant packages of libsvn1 before installing cubversion?
 
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sudo apt-get install subversion seemed to be easy. But was just thinking what if I did not have a connection to the internet.
 
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Joe Harry wrote:sudo apt-get install subversion seemed to be easy. But was just thinking what if I did not have a connection to the internet.


You would have to install all the dependencies manually (having them locally), but the best & easiest way is by using a package management tool. BTW, you should be able to check for all the dependencies through apt-get?
 
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