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revised svn SQLite compiled for 3.7.17, but running with 3.6.1
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20
comment svn SQLite compiled for 3.7.17, but running with 3.6.1
I wanted to give you the chance to edit your answer ... I am grateful for your answer, but accepting it would not be entirely correct, I think. I can edit the question a bit if you want.
Mar
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comment svn SQLite compiled for 3.7.17, but running with 3.6.1
Not the precise problem, but it helped me to find the solution quickly. I had installed Mathematica which apparently brings it's own version of libsqlite. Since I had to add the Mathematica libdir to $LD_LIBRARY_PATH svn seemingly tried to use this version. How would I force it to use the default sqlite version assuming that I want to continue using the old version with Mathematica?
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comment svn SQLite compiled for 3.7.17, but running with 3.6.1
Maybe also noteworthy. This kind of operation usually works with kdesvn on my system. However it has a bug which leads to locks if there are version conflicts. No my working copy is locked and I cannot do a cleanup, because it produces a similar error as the update command.
Mar
20
comment svn SQLite compiled for 3.7.17, but running with 3.6.1
I should mention that I am also using the kubuntu backports ppa. So it's maybe a bit more specific. I would like to avoid ppa-purge however as long as I don't know that such is the cause.
Mar
20
comment svn SQLite compiled for 3.7.17, but running with 3.6.1
Yes. svn: E155019: Can't upgrade '' as it is not a pre-1.7 working copy directory
Mar
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asked svn SQLite compiled for 3.7.17, but running with 3.6.1
Jan
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revised Add resolution mode for xorg-dummy
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Jan
24
asked Add resolution mode for xorg-dummy
Jan
19
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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accepted Open new windows on main screen in KDE two-screen setup
Nov
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comment Kernel resetting SATA link
Bug report published here: bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1247806 .
Oct
30
comment Kernel resetting SATA link
Possible and backups go without saying, but the links show that this is at least not necessarily the cause.
Oct
30
asked Kernel resetting SATA link
Aug
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accepted Pdfsandwich with tesseract OCR
Aug
12
comment Pdfsandwich with tesseract OCR
Yes, it was the same version. I used kubuntu 13.04 packages, 64 bit. I solved the problems as described in the answer. A remaining problem was that, with any pdf I tried, the text layer did not mach the picture on the last few pages. Would be great if it was fixed.
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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answered Pdfsandwich with tesseract OCR
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