Tag Archives: ubuntu

Fixing an SQLite version mismatch between Subversion and PHP5

If you are running an Apache2 server and mod_dav_svn, and you upgrade to the latest version of subversion, you might suddenly lose the ability to access newly created respositories, but still be able to access your older repositories. When you access the new repositories, you will get: svn: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem […]

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Removing packages + dependencies from Synaptic in Ubuntu

So, a complaint that has come up a number of times over the years is the fact that you can open up Synaptic package manager, browse through the history, find a package you installed and all of the dependencies that came with it, and… nothing. Well that’s annoying, what can we do about it?

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