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#1
Hey guys, I try to run svn on my device, but here throw a segmentation fault.
I installed it with
apt-get install subversion
Here is some info after I ran with GDB

I tried to reinstall it , but nothing changed.
 
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getting Segmentation faults here too.

installed via apt-get

cant even run svn help, anyone come up against this before?
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I am having problems with subversion as well, can anybody help?
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try it in easy debian
 
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I tried it long ago and it worked fine, give me a minute to try it again...
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Still works fine! I just updated a project and resolved a tree conflict. If you have devel enabled try removing it, disabling devel and installing it again from testing (if there is one I do not remember), or just try an older version

i got 1.6.12 r955767
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well, there's no subversion package available in testing source anymore...
Hope next update could solve this porblem
 
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I encountered the same problem too, do we know who the maintainer is?
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Originally Posted by ajack View Post
I encountered the same problem too, do we know who the maintainer is?
For the record, I've got subversion 1.6.12-3 from extras-devel installed in my N900.

$ svn --version
svn, version 1.6.12 (r955767)
compiled Jul 7 2010, 19:50:52

$ apt-cache show subversion | grep Maintainer
Maintainer: unknown <sebastien.lelong@gmail.com>

I don't think I've ever actually used it on my N900 before now, but I've just tried it, and I can svn co a private repository over svn+ssh, then run svn up in it. It works for me, no segfaults.

It would be useful if you could tell the world how to reproduce the problem: what svn command to run in a checkout of what (public) repository, using which protocol.
 
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Originally Posted by mgedmin View Post
For the record, I've got subversion 1.6.12-3 from extras-devel installed in my N900.

$ svn --version
svn, version 1.6.12 (r955767)
compiled Jul 7 2010, 19:50:52

$ apt-cache show subversion | grep Maintainer
Maintainer: unknown <sebastien.lelong@gmail.com>

I don't think I've ever actually used it on my N900 before now, but I've just tried it, and I can svn co a private repository over svn+ssh, then run svn up in it. It works for me, no segfaults.

It would be useful if you could tell the world how to reproduce the problem: what svn command to run in a checkout of what (public) repository, using which protocol.
Is there any other way to check this? Attached is my screenshot when I typed in "svn --version".

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