On Tue, 2014-07-15 at 21:34 +0800, Emfox Zhou wrote:
On Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 5:15 PM, Patrick Ohly <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com>
Without X, should I use D-Bus or not?
if yes, how could I made them using it consistantly?
If you disable the GNOME keyring usage, then you don't need D-Bus for
the configure operations.
On the other hand, password=111 seems to be found, otherwise
client would not be allowed to connect.
Does "syncevolution --print-config -q c102 addressbook" show
databasePassword or "-"?
It show the actual databasePassword, which is my goolgle password.
So it already wasn't using GNOME keyring.
If that fails, you can work around it by disabling GNOME
syncevolution --configure keyring=no
it returns "[ERROR] No configuration name specified.", I guess it
"syncevolution --configure keyring=no c102" instead?
Is the "c102 addressbook" source really usable? Let's debug that first.
For that you can run, without D-Bus:
SYNCEVOLUTION_DEBUG=1 syncevolution --daemon=no --print-items loglevel=4 c102 addressbook
What's the complete output of
syncevolution --daemon=no --print-config -q c102 addressbook
Replace confidentials username/password details as needed...
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