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On Mon, 2012-11-12 at 19:00 +0200, Nikos Alexandris wrote:
Greetings to the list(-ers)!
I tried a few weeks ago to get hands on syncevolution(-kde, version 1.3.1) and
N9 (MeeGo). I have gone through the following steps:
# returns all of my "sources" as seen in Kontact: kde-contacts as:
# the same for kde-calendar, kde-tasks and kde-memos
syncevolution --configure keyring=KDE <...>
# using the correct database=akonadi:?collection=SomeNumber for each "source"
syncevolution --print-items @default addressbook
# returns 397 different numbers
So far so good. Afterwards, trying to sync (either via CLI or the Sync GUI) a
dialog asking for a password appears. Where and how should this password be
What does the dialog ask for?
It could be the dialog about unlocking the KWallet, but it is hard to be
sure without more information.
I have posted (about) this on the blog . Does the blog attract
attention? Any success story?
It is better to ask for help here. I used to monitor comments on
, but not regularly and lately new comments no longer
show up in the feed of the site, which makes it very likely that I miss
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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