On Wed, 2012-08-22 at 13:14 +0200, api984 wrote:
I am trying out SyncEvolution. Currently I would try to sync one way
from Radicale to Google Calendar.
I read documentation. But its hard to get some examples or more detail
The HOWTO section in the Wiki has more examples:
Your specific use case is new, so there is no HOWTO for it.
I am trying to sync
Radicale CALDAV to Google Calendar. Radicale is company local caldav
server for calendaring and it works pretty well.
Sync would look like?:
Radicale -> Local db (ical)
Local -> google calendar
Or it can go directly?
You can also go directly. For that, set up CalDAV target-config@radicale
and target-config@google as described in the man page
) and the
Radicale entry (https://syncevolution.org/wiki/synchronizing-radicale
In the case of Radicale you only need one calendar source; make sure
that you use set the "database" property for it.
Then create a local sync config which uses the Radicale side as "local"
storage and Google as target side:
syncevolution --configure --template SyncEvolution_Client \
I'm assuming that the source is called "calendar" on both sides. The
"uri=calendar" is redundant in that case.
I am still learning and reading how to use syncevolution properly.
I am using SyncEvolution 1.2.2 on Ubuntu 10.04. LTS (workstation).
I recommend updating to 188.8.131.52. Binaries are available from
PS. Is there any way to install it on Centos 5.2 x64 (server)?
The rpms from
might work, otherwise compile from source.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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