On Mon, 2010-06-28 at 13:51 +0100, Colin Shea wrote:
First off, the Arch Linux AUR package doesn't seem to install
syncevo-dbus-server, but it is compiled. (The packaging script just calls
./configure, make, & make install.) Running it manually always produces
an error - if the system (not session) dbus server is running, it
returns "server already running?" and if the system dbus server is not
running, it says it is "ready to run" but also says the connection setup
for connman failed. Even running it as root causes the same error.
That's not an [ERROR]. Ignore the message.
For step 7, the script is already installed globally to /usr/bin, I
guess that doesn't matter too much.
For step 8, how do I get a client to sync? Especially a test client. I
am trying to test the configurations by doing a SyncEvolution <->
SyncEvolution sync. (I plan on 'stretching' that so that my server &
desktop are in sync instead of just on the local machine.)
The later steps, it seems, would make more sense after I understand the
above points, as the `syncevolution --configure` calls are simple
enough. I would like a series of commands that configure a client, as
one would to configure SyncEvolution for ScheduleWorld (but I don't use
It's very similar:
syncevolution --configure --template SyncEvolution \
--sync-property syncurl=<my URL> \
--sync-property username=<my username> \
--sync-property password=<my password> \
Because the server does not create configurations automatically, you'll
have to follow the instructions for identifying the client and creating
a configuration for it on the server, using the same username/password.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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