[CalendarServer-users] Do write-shared calendars require
dscottbuch at mac.com
Fri Apr 11 07:31:51 PDT 2008
Regarding ACL's I've been trying to use the runshell.py tool that
Cyrus provided and still have difficulties even after his repair to
this (which I applied to my source since I'm using the 1.3 branch.) I
still have problems in that when I add another user to the ACLs of a
given calendar that calendar is no longer accessible by anyone,
including the original owner. Using runshell.py to remove the changed
ACL does not help and I have to delete the calendar and let CS
recreate it to get things working again.
If there are logs/info I can post or things to try let me know. I've
given up for now and simply created one new 'user' in the same groups
as those I want to share a calendar, for each shared calendar I want.
On Apr 11, 2008, at 6:26 AM, mwacker at linagora.com wrote:
>> I am playing with DCS for two days and don´t get it...
>> 1. I want to use DCS on an Ubuntu server for 30 Mac-Clients running
>> iCal on Leopard. Works already.
>> 2. I don´t want to setup an OpenDirectory service. It´s lot of
>> overhead I don´t need.
>> 3. I want to allow users to change (write) other users calendars, but
>> not to everyone.
>> I have the impression it might work if everyone is set to be an
>> but detailed write access without OD is not possible?
>> Is that right? Is DCS the right tool for me?
> OD is not needed. AFAIK it's only available for MacOSX Server.
>> Additional question: Where are useful docs? Do they even exist? I
>> found http://trac.macosforge.org/projects/calendarserver/wiki/ ,
>> but I
>> am missing informations from ground up, like "What is a group? What
>> can DCS do, and what can´t be done? Which permission can be set
>> which tool can be used to view and set ACL, ..."
> Let's have look at previous thread on these 2 calendarserver-users ML
> recent threads :
> "Client library and admin tool" : tool for setting ACL (that's the
> way to
> solve your sharing right problem.
> And "Setup for small group/family" : Some trying to do similar thing
> as you.
> You may need to understand DAV acls to set it up properly.
> Don't forget to explain your success when you get it ...
>> Thanks a lot,
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