Re: [opensuse] Recent subversion via YaST ?

* Diego Tognola <diego@xxxxxxxxxxx> [11-14-08 22:06]:

* installation:

sh ./
./configure --with-ssl
make install

be advised that openSUSE is an rpm based system and your install has
bypassed the rpn database and other installs with overlapping
dependencies may have problems and/or your system may become corrupt
due to this. Consider the use of "checkinstall" as a replacement for
"make install". This app will generate an rpm package and keep the
system true. It also provides a much easier uninstall provision if

thankyou for the information/procedure.

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