[CalendarServer-users] Setup for small group/family

Scott Buchanan dscottbuch at mac.com
Mon Apr 7 08:39:02 PDT 2008


assuming your using xml for directory service would you mind  
publishing an example of (sanatized of course) how you set up super  
and regular users?  I haven't been able to understand how this is  
established and what part the sudoers.plist file plays.  I have  
everything else working just fine.


On Apr 7, 2008, at 8:30 AM, Michael J. Pawlowsky wrote:

> I JUST setup a similar setup.
> We each have our own calendar users. I made my wife and I superusers  
> for CalendarServer so we can easily see everyones schedules and  
> write to them.
> By default though they are read only (in Lightning) for the other  
> person, but that can be changed simply by a checkbox.
> CalendarServer is running on a Fedora Core 8 box, and we use Windows  
> XP, Vista and OSX.
> We sync the iphones using iCal.
> The one part that is really missing is web support. I just requested  
> to open a sourceforge project to create a PHP CalDAV class.
> I think a well written PHP CalDAV class will help other Calendar  
> projects integrate CalDAV support into their projects quickly.
> If there are any PHP developers that would like to assist, here is  
> the URL.
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/php-caldav/
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