I have used syncevolution to sync both my
N900 and my desktops (running evolution)
against a local funambol server 7.1. This
worked fine for me over the last five years
Since my N900 has finally quit talking to
me lately, I'm looking for a adequate
replacement for just the phone or the
entire sync setup. Searching for
alternatives a number of questions came to
1. From a client point of view, are there any
disadvantages in syncing multiple devices
against a CalDav/CardDav instead of a SyncML
2. I've never tried using syncevolution as
a SyncML server . Are there any drawbacks
in using syncevolution and evolution-data-server
on one desktop and syncing all others against
it, rather than using a dedicated SyncML server
3. I found that the Ubuntu phone comes with
syncevolution in it's repository .
Somewhere (don't remember where) I read that
Ubuntu phone uses EDS. Has anyone tried to
sync Ubuntu phone's addressbook and calender
against a syncML and / or CalDav/CardDav
Le lundi 13 avril 2015 à 21:12 +0200, Patrick Ohly a écrit :
> > #include <boost/function.hpp>
> > ^
> > compilation terminated.
> That just means that some boost dev package is not installed. On Debian,
> that is provided by libboost1.55-dev. Install that and compilation
> should get further.
libboost1.54-dev in my case (not yet under Debian Jessie), was not
> Configure should already check for libraries, but apparently the boost
> check is incomplete.
> Can you report back to the list once you have it running?
It compiled successfully with the above library added. But the time
offset remains (not surprisingly 2 hours now, since we are on summer
Problem with the patching? IIRC, it had gone right, but I'd better test
I have the problem, that my calendar events are one hour later than in
Evolution Calendar, i.e. evolution event: 0900 o'clock, on my Wiko
Gataway the event shows as: 1000 o'clock.
I tried to change the timezone on the phone from automatic to GMT+2
(Amsterdam), unfortunately without success.
Is there a solution which can fix this problem?
Many thanks in advance.
I have being working on my syncInterval patch and I noticed that after
change the interval (reducing it. For example from 90 to 30 days) make
syncevolution to re-sync events that was already synced and does not
have any changed.
Could you help me to understand what is happening, why these events get re-sync?
I have attached into the the bug a full log of my second sync with
the syncInterval reduced from 90 days to 30 days.