The Syncevolution HTTP server setup docs say somewhat cryptically that
"HTTPS is probably possible by extending the way how Twisted is used
and/or configured." So what actually needs to be done? Has anyone done
any work relating to this? I'm currently using a Nexus One with
Synthesis which says it supports SSL, so I should have the client end
I just upgraded to Ubuntu 10.10 and to SyncEvolution 1.1 and I am
running into a problem.
As an FYI, I have been running SyncEvolution successfully for the past
couple of years starting with Ubuntu 8.04 without any problems.
I don't know if it was the Ubuntu upgrade or the SyncEvolution upgrade
that is causing the problem. I have a syncevolution server configuration
named "funambol" which is located at: ~/.config/syncevolution/funambol.
When I attempt to sync using the command "syncevolution funambol" then
I get the following error message:
[ERROR] No configuration for server "funambol" found.
[ERROR] cannot proceed without configuration
Also, when I run the command "syncevolution --print-servers" then my
funambol server is not listed.
However, I do indeed have the same funambol server configured that I
have always had at:~/.config/syncevolution/funambol.
I subsequently noticed that a new empty directory had appeared in my
funambol server's directory named "peers" at
~/.config/syncevolution/funambol/peers. I found that if I delete the
"peers" directory then syncevolution finds my funambol server and
"syncevolution funambol" runs perfectly except it subsequently creates
the "peers" directory again each time that I run "syncevolution
funambol" so it will not run successfully thereafter without deleting
the "peers" directory again and again. Weird...
So, my configuration works so long as I delete the "peers" directory
prior to running "syncevolution funambol". However, this shouldn't be
necessary. Please reply with any insight as to how I can get my
installation back running properly again.